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  1. I have run out of liquid wax. What is added to wax to make it better for bottoms of pots prior to glazing, brain fail today. Snd the other qweek when making up an order.
  2. Wondering what people are using for a good wax resist, brushwork on glaze surface. We used to be able to Crystal Cera but can't find more. If you know of a good wax resist and where to buy it could you post the info. Thanks
  3. I am working with Laguna B mix stoneware, bisque firing at cone 04 and glaze firing at cone 5. I use Columbus Clay wax resist on the bottoms of each piece and often in resist design between layers of glaze. Sometimes I will get wax resist on an unintended area of bisque ware and want to remove it. I ususally just put that piece back in the kiln with my next bisque firing at cone 04 and the wax burns off. Any other suggestions to remove the unwanted wax? At what temperature does the wax burn off? If I had several pieces could I fire them at cone 022? or even lower? I ask because, (in a br
  4. Week 39 Kneading ________________________________to make throwing easier. When you knead, you homogenize the clay by mixing the soft and hard and wet and dry sections togetrher. Most importantly , kneading de-airs the clay. disperses the clay particles aligns the clay particles packs the clay moistens the clay When using liquid wax with a brush, __________________________ before dipping the brush in wax. After applying the emulsion, the brush will come completely clean when
  5. From the album: Fullacreations Pottery

    Smalll bowl 7 inches in diameter with copper over transparent glase with wax resist and cobalt over that.

    © craig fulladosa

  6. From the album: Mugs, mugs and more mugs!!

    Autumn Leaf Mugs, white ^6 stoneware, underglazes with a wax resist and blackline leaf design, dotted accents, footed, pulled handles.
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