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  1. Can anyone offer insight into why I’m getting what look like pin holes on the surfaces of my freshly glazed pots? These little pin holes happen on all my pots, but only on areas that have bisque fired slip underneath. I have to rub out the surface where these pin holes appear since my clear glaze is stable. I’d love to be able to solve this problem. Thanks for your help!
  2. Hello, I have a new L&L Fuego kiln, I did a test firing. The kiln has standard settings for bisque and glaze, bisque is cone 04, glaze is cone 06 - I can programme it differently, but starting out with the their settings. I bisque fired some small vulcan black clay pieces using the glaze setting because I read that the clay required that temperature. I was surprised with the colour, expected it to be more black. Then I glazed them with clear glaze, and two different celedon glazes and put them through a glaze fire again. An electrician (annoyingly) shut off the kiln an hour into the the fire and I just restarted it fresh. They came out this morning all powdery and I am not sure what I did wrong. The kiln is brand new, it has a temperature reader and I checked and the temp did get high, I dont have cones in the kiln. Thank you! UPDATE - I defo didn't fire hot enough so refired at cone 6 - however, I should have maybe re glazed? Also I used a ceyladon glaze and I think I need something much more opaque for the black clay.... LEARNING CURVE!!!
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