Do you always plan in advance how you are going to glaze your stuff? Cause I don't and I often end up glazing stuff in a very messy way. Like bowl without foot I find very hard to glaze on the outside as you kind of have to dip it twice. Or maybe there is a secret technique I don't know
Find a large bowl, larger than the item you want to glaze, place two dowel rods (or any thin sticks) across the bowl, place the pot to be glazed upside down on the sticks, pour glaze over pot from a jug.
You'll need to touch up the rim, (the dowels provide a smaller area of contact compared to flat sticks).
You may want to give a gentle rub over with your finger if the glaze has overlapped at the start/finish point.
You wont get it right first time.