As an impatient potter myself, I can tell you from experience that cut corners produce subpar results. The first big step to producing professional looking ware is to take the time to do things correctly. Personally I *hate* glazing and would do most anything to move that process along. What I have found is that the best way to hurry the process along is to slow down and do it correctly the first time. AND if I know that the result isn't going to be worthy of the pot the glaze is on, rinse it off and start again. So I would say you are half way home, you recognize that the waxing needs to be redone so put them back in the kiln and refire them and start with a clean slate.