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Re: kiln question

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Melissa Chaney (meemo)
Tue, 23 Feb 1999 22:09:37 -0600

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This happened to me once. The pieces closest to the peep holes had spots
that were not shiny. I did refire the whole load and it worked out but
only for 6th graders not high school. The 6th grade kids aren't as picky
as HS.

Ruth Wilson wrote:

> I fired a load of clay pieces at cone 06 and some of the pieces did not
> come out shiny, some did, some were part shiny and part not. I used
> school grade gray clay and Laguna clear glaze. Any ideas of what went
> wrong and what can I do? Can they be refired? :o)

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