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Kiln opening 8/30

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Published on Aug 31, 2012

Mugs and stuff

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Marty Freeman
thanks Janice I probably should wait longer I think you are right! I always blow off my pots before glazing with my compressor. 
janicethepotter
You and your Grandchildren are VERY VERY talented potters. It is wonderful to see your work. Regards, Janice
janicethepotter
With Spring Green over Shino be certain the shino glaze dries completely before dipping the second color,,, and that the pot is completely dry before putting it in the kiln... also, wipe the pot to remove any dust before applying any glaze. 
Marty Freeman
I dont really know what happened with this video that half way thru it rotates to side view so sorry!
Suzy Komar
I agree with Sonya, you should refire the orange platter with clear or some other semi transparent color. The mugs look pretty and the bacon tray is a good idea. That's thinking outside the box. Thanks soo much for sharing.
Marty Freeman
Thanks Sonja I have had some really good results with Pam's Blue and Pam's Green and then some not so good so I do beleive it is about application process and thickness with that glaze. The bacon tray I made by using a tray I bought at a yard sale for a dollar. laid the clay over it and sponge it down in the trough and boom turned out cool. Oh I used a funky rolling rolling pin that you use for pasta to do the lines on the bottom but I would think you could do that any number of ways.
Marty Freeman
OOOOH tell me more! What is a vinegar leach test??? HOw do I do it??
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