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Re: Ceramics/glaze question

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Scurfield (scurfield)
Tue, 24 Mar 1998 09:28:56 -0600


Fields, Linda wrote:
>
> Are you psychic?? I had exactly the same thing happen this morning and
> need this answer, too. Unfortunately, the project that got damaged was a
> gift for the student's grandmother. Thanks-Linda in NC
>
> > ----------
> > From: hyland5[SMTP:hyland5]
> > Sent: Monday, March 23, 1998 8:57 PM
> > To: artsednet.edu
> > Subject: Ceramics/glaze question
> >
> > Well, for the second time now, someone's project blew up in the kiln.
> > The problem is, a nearby project that was glazed now has some bits of
> > the blown up project adhered to it! Anyone know if there's a way to
> > get
> > these unglazed bits off without breaking/ruining the glazed piece?
> >
> > Thanks for any suggestions!
> >
> > Deb
> > hyland5
> >
Bloopers in glaze can be ground down with a grinding wheel, do you have
access to one? I think your best bet is to separately fire greenware
and glazed loads. Aren't they different cones (temperatures) anyway? I
must be missing something here.--Marcia