Bill Kielb 2,135 Posted January 12, 2019 Report Share My understanding is bubbles quite often are not buoyant enough to rise through the viscous glaze. To some extent a successful glaze is constrained by the need to not run under the influence of gravity. Is it unreasonable to say glazes with no interior bubbles are likely rare and then by that reasoning at what point should become concerned? Quote Link to comment
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