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Can I re underglaze on a glazed bisque tile then re glaze?

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Hi Everyone!!! i need help! im doing the yr 6 class tiles for art graduation and accidentally did a "t" not a d on the tile.

its a bisque tile that has already been underglazed then glazed and fired! 

im wanting to change the letter to a "d" then reglaze and fire

thanks in advance im stuck 

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You can try anything, but be prepared for it to not work, and make another.  That way you learn what does and does not work.  Be warned though, if it works this time, there's no guarantee it will work next time - that's the way it is with art.

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I have recently started making baby/children’s hand  and footprints using low fire Laguna at 1/4” thick and mostly Duncan Envision glaze. I have reglazed or touched up several times with very good results. I suppose because it is flat the glaze is very easy to apply. It takes a bit longer to dry but otherwise I treat it just like a new piece of bisque that has been glazed for the first time. 

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