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  1. Hi all, I have a two questions. First, I had a blow up on an undertpainted piece that I was bisquing. I cleaned out what I could but how you are supposed to clean out whatever falls into the grooves where the elements sit??? One little piece got stuck under the element. I couldn't get it out, couldn't get the element out to remove the piece either but I fired it to cone 6 anyway and it seemed to fire fine. Still, I want that piece out. Already tried vacuuming. Someone at paragon suggested I pick it up and turn it over. It's too heavy. Second question, on how cold of a day is safe to fire? I ask because i fired yesterday and this morning the kiln was at 185, it's usually hotter the next morning. I'm sure it's because it was a little chilly last last. I don't want things to cool down to fast and blow up. I have a small paragon XL with a controller if that helps. Thanks
  2. From the album: Wheel Thrown Work, 2015

    Hawaiian Red clay from Laguna decorated with white stoneware slip. I glazed the inside in Dynasty Red and the outside in clear to give it a great iced gingerbread look.

    © Copyright Giselle No. 5 Ceramics (Giselle Massey) 2015, all rights reserved

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