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  1. Unfortunately, I have some bad glaze drips. I have 3 coats of kiln wash on the shelves, but when I went to pop the glaze off with a cold chisel, part of the shelf came with it. I have a couple of gouges in the shelf now and still more glaze to get off somehow. Before I continue trying to remove the drips, I would like more advice. My drips are pretty thick, so grinding will take a long time...and I actually have a lot of drips on one shelf. (I have nearly a complete ring from a really bad run. Obviously, I shouldn't have applies a particular glaze over another.) Is there a special way to chip glaze off? I wonder if my kiln wash wasn't thick enough, even with 3 coats. Where I have dug into the shelf, so long as I am able to get all the glaze off, is it still safe to use the shelf? Does anyone have some advice or suggestions for saving the shelves? Thanks
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