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  1. The results for raku firing always very, and I've heard that humidity effects results. During my last 2 firings I noted the humidity % and noticed a difference with the copper glaze results. At 80% humidity my pieces were an iridescent green with a little copper color. At 50% humidity they were copper with a few other iridescent colors. Has anyone else noticed this specific anomaly?
  2. Hi all, needing advice on how to increase the crackle effects during a raku firing. Last two times I rakued with a basic clear crackle glaze I got minimal crackles if any at all. I tried holding the piece in the air to cool it down hoping to get it to crackle and no such luck. Any suggestions. Thanks. Joe
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