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  1. Hello, My white gloss glaze has recently started pinholing I believe. We have been using it for years with no issue. i initially started with the kiln it is firing to temp. We fire slow bisque and slow glaze programs to 06 and 6. I have tried bisquing to 04 with a hold on the end but the defect came back... I have tried a hold on the end of a glaze firing (20 minutes) with little improvement. We have tried the ware with this glaze in 3 different kilns all have the same problem especially on larger ware. We have also tried wiping down the ware lightly with a sponge on both
  2. Hi all. Just in case you're not sick of my ongoing problems with these low temp bodies, I have another curly one . The latest soft paste porcelain recipe is good (I put a picture and the recipe in the 'self glazing cone 04 porcelain' thread a couple of days ago). White, translucent, strong, but it seems to absorb the clear gloss glaze or something. In the photos you can see that some areas have gone glossy and some haven't. The other vitreous earthenware cups that were in the same firing, with the same glaze have come out beautifully as normal (the glaze is a cesco, not sure if you have tha
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