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Hi, new to these forums but really wanted to get some advice. I own my own small ceramic studio, I've been doing my own work all through the pandemic as I've not been able to teach. To try and save time, money I decided to try the one firing technique. First few bits of work came out ok. But the past two lots (and it's been a lot of work, a full kiln ) have either exploded or the glaze has just now worked. I think I'm being counter productive with my work. I have lots of pieces I can't use and now have to make more to cover orders ! Just wanted some thoughts on this process ! Is it worth the time and effort or should I go back to my original bisque and then glaze firing. ? Maybe I'm rushing or doing something wrong ? It's always been a difficult subject to approach with other potter's in the past.....as it's not regarded as 'good practice' . Be nice to hear the for's and against please ? Thanks in advance . Jayne
Hi ....... Fired two batches of porcelain ware .The one was “ onefire “ And the other “bisque» My problem is they got mixed together. Now I cannot tell the difference as I want to glaze the bisque ware .Is there a way of testing the difference Thank you Nicky