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You might take a look at these tools from Harbor Freight. I've used something similar for grinding glaze off shelves, but it has to be done with a light touch or you'll wind up grinding grooves into the shelves. The price is right for what you want to do. My grinder is a Makita that I used to use in my remodeling business.

Good luck...

JohnnyK

https://www.harborfreight.com/4-12-in-43-amp-angle-grinder-69645.html

https://www.harborfreight.com/4-inch-grinding-wheel-for-masonry-39676.html

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I use a 4 INCH MAKITA for grinding shelves with a masonry wheel-I also use a diamond wheel on tough shelves (not cordialite or mullite) 

for glaze runs on pots its a 8 inch bench grinder with a green silicon grinding stone then few small green grinding stones on two Dremel tools.I also use diamond bits as wheel

For rubbing pot bottoms smooth it's a  diamond  pad 100 mesh from tool city or a glaze eraser from Smith Sharpe

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For shelves I usually start with hand tools -- cold chisel/hammer/silicon carbide rub-brick.  

Bad drips that eat into furniture I use a 4" angle grinder with a diamond-core grinder head -- I used to use a silicon carbide masonry head but the diamond-core head works amazingly well in comparison.

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