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>Do you want to use commercial glazes or do you want to mix up your own
cone 6 glazes?
>I have successfully used the Laguna Cone 5 glazes (formerly called Morocan
Sand) with my adult and high school students. I fired the glazes at cone 6
which seemed to improve their visual quality along with the added benefit
of making the clay body just a little more vitrified.
>Duncan commercial underglazes fired at cone 6 are not as bright as when
they are fired at cone 04 but they work just fine.
>Is there any particular reason why you are using a red clay vs. a white
>At 10:16 AM 9/2/97 +0000, you wrote:
>>I teach Ceramics 3 periods a day at the high school level and have
>>always fired our electric to cone 04 for glaze. I want to try firing to
>>cone 6 and wonder if anybody out there has any suggestions on glazes,
>>underglaze, or engobes. I am using a cone six red clay from Laguna. We
>>also fire Raku in a small gas kiln. Thanks, Scott Harrison