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  1. Hi Iam a pottery and ceramics newbie. I ran a glaze firing with plates, pots and cups with underglaze paints and gloss glaze on top and I put the temperature at 1000 degrees and a rate of 180 degrees every hour. I took the glaze out when it was ready and got a milky cloudy effect on the products as if the gloss glaze wasn’t correctly fired. The colors of the underglaze paints aren’t as bright and vivid as usual because of the milky layer. My question is: do i re-fire them?
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