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  1. Hello everyone! I am a high school ceramics teacher and I am looking to mix a range of ^6 glazes for my high school ceramics studio. I am looking for glazes that are stable, consistent, and most importantly, do not run easily (to keep those kiln shelves clean!). I would like to have a range of glossy, matte, opaque, and translucent glazes. I am hoping to have around six-eight glazes that I can have in dipping buckets in my high school studio. We do not have a sprayer, so I would like to use glazes that look good brushed or dipped. I would like for the glazes to look good when layered together and also by themselves. I have a background of mixing glazes, but am newer to using ^6 glazes and do not have a personal selection that I have tested. I have been researching trusted sources such as Glazy.org and Digitalfire.com and have found some interesting recipes but it would be very helpful to hear from some people that already have a good range of glazes that work well together in a beginner ceramics environment. Would anyone be willing to share some ^6 studio glazes that meet what I mentioned above? I have read through many of these community posts and they have always been so helpful. Thanks in advance for any help or advice that can be offered. Caroline Ennis
  2. I am going to sub Strontium for Lithium in a John Britt recipe for Heino Blue. He says to reduce the Strontium to 75%. But, I don’t know how to recalculate the rest of the ingredients so they equal 100%. Do I need to? If so, how would I do that? I have no idea. Thanks. Karen
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