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I received a message from a customer saying that the white sculpture that she bought from me two years ago is starting to yellow. The piece was glazed with a low fire glossy white glaze. Anyone have any ideas on how to return the piece to its original color?

Thanks!

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Guest JBaymore

And a bit more info please.......

 

When you say "low fire"... what cone are you talking about?

 

If the piece is outdoors, where is the client located?

 

Do you have the glaze recipe?

 

best,

 

..............john

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Thanks to everyone who responded. John, the piece is kept indoors. It is a lowfire white clay that was bisqued to cone 04. I used a commerical white glaze fired to cone 06. The piece is for decorative use only. It's a mystery.....

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