Years ago at NAEA I talked to a vendors' rep about the problems I was
having with red glazes. He told me reds generally need a lot more
oxygen than other glazes, so to put the red-glazed pieces on the top
shelf, and not plug the top vent (or whichever are closest to that
shelf). And you know, it worked! I had gorgeous reds after that.
Reds are always pricey.
Sidnie Miller wrote:
>You know, I've finally find a red that I can like--it's Mayco One Stroke Candy Apple
>Red. It seems to be consistent and pretty. I can't remember, but I think it's also