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glazing at different temps


druttaro

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Yes it is possible but be careful that you don't shock the matured/vitrified clay on the second glaze firing. you may have a tricky time getting the ^5 glaze to stick after the ^10 firing but it is possible. You can get brighter colors at ^10 if you use encapsulated stains. That could save you the hassle of 2 glaze firings and struggling with glaze application on a vitrified body.

 

 

 

Marcia

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I am a cone guy-and most glazes will change somewhat when fired again to lower temp. That is a shiny glaze can become matt etc.

I am with Marcia on the cone 6 all the way body-

Testing is the only way to know any of this as you are in unchartered territory.

Mark

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