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At my school my kiln blows the braker as soon as it gets on high. My
superintendent knows this and it has not been fixed for 6 years. I have never
glazed. In fact my bisque fire is not to full temperature. My students paint
bisqueware with acrylic paints. We then spray paint with a high gloss clear.
They don't seem to complain about it, but do know why they can not glaze. We
have also painted with acrylics and then after dry wipe shoe polish in brown
(usually) over the project and buff. It gives the ware an antique look.
> Questions about painting bisqueware....can latex paint (like house paint) be
> successfully used on bisqueware? What about acrylic paint...will it work on
> bisqueware? Lack of glazes/time/money forces me to come up with an
> alternative. Thanks for all the help...Melissa Smith