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Posted 26 Jun 2012A weird thing happened the other day.
Using some Coyote cone 5 glaze and Laguna cone 5 B-mix clay. Also had a few pices with their cone 10 "woodfire" body.
Anyhow, I glazed the inside of a few bisqued pieces. The body is very white.
Something happened I've never seen before. I could see the moisture of the glaze showing through to the outside of the pieces.
The only reason I mention this is that I was using a new glaze, and had some iffy results, mostly crawling (bare spots) this time around.
But some pieces were glazed with the same cone 5 clear from Laguna I used successfully before, ad they crawled...
Not sure what went on here. Bisque was at cone 05 as usual.
Maybe not bisqued hot enough? The cones were all down, and I soaked it a good 30-40 minutes before shut down.
FYI, my studio is outdoors. the bisque pieces had sat on the shelves fore a week or so but I did try and make sure they didn't have dust on them.
I'm all ears...
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