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khewell

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  1. That's what I thought, it's just to open. Thought maybe a hold time on my kiln would allow the glaze to soak in and seal the pot.
  2. I have been using lizella clay along with a local Georgia clay and dipping them in a Alberta slip glaze mix of 80% Alberta 20% 3134 Frit I like the brown I get at a cone 6 but the problem is my pots leak. I also get the same leakage when using another mix of the Alberta slip. I don't remember the exact mix. The second glaze turns out smooth with a very high gloss and has a green tint to it. How can I get my pottery to seal?? The clay I use doesn't start to melt until about a cone 12. I also use a 25 min hold time.
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