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Sealing Bisque Cone 06 Prior To Cold Glazing

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I guess this is a 2 part question:


I have pieces done in poured slip and fired 06 and will be doing a variety of cold glazes aka enamels, acrylics, plus using adhesives for small adornments. The pieces are decorative sculptural objects and not functional.


1-In general can one leave unglazed work untreated or should it have a protective coating?


2-If doing anything like I mentioned above is it recommended that one coats or seals a bisque fired piece before hand?



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