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You can rinse off the glaze coat, scrub it with a soft brush or scouring pad,  let the piece dry before re-glazing. Or you might try and just cover the purple with black, if the piece is important to you you might fire a test tile in a glaze load before firing the work itself. If you're using Mayco 'Foundations' low fire glazes, the black will probably cover up the purple, the only way to know 100% would be the test tile method though.

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9 hours ago, Marian Lake said:

You can rinse off the glaze coat, scrub it with a soft brush or scouring pad,  let the piece dry before re-glazing. Or you might try and just cover the purple with black, if the piece is important to you you might fire a test tile in a glaze load before firing the work itself. If you're using Mayco 'Foundations' low fire glazes, the black will probably cover up the purple, the only way to know 100% would be the test tile method though.

Yes it it is mayco low fire glaze , thank you so much  Marian 

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