I recently finished glazing my pots and am in the process of loading the kiln. I glaze fire cone six in a JD230 HD, LL Kiln. If you are interested in photos or videos of my glazing and firing process let me know. By using my contact page and letting me know or if want a more detailed blog or vlog I can work on that. In thew mean time I’ll be sharing the results of my firing in my blog as well as images on the website. Thanks for stopping by and don’t forget to get on my mailing list. See you in the next blog.
Today I started glazing some pots for the next glaze firing and will be firing in the next day or two. I’m hoping to have the images up on the website in the upcoming weeks and adding new products to my website shop In the next several weeks. So keep your eyes open for that. I will be contacting people on my mailing list, letting them know of the new postings when they are available. If you want to be notified make sure to leave your information on my contact page and I’ll add you to my mailing list.
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For years I’ve been using Wax On, Wax Resist From The Ceramic Shop using my Banding wheel or by hand. It can get to be a bit time consuming so I’ve come up with some waxing hacks that you may fine useful.
First: I put my pot on my wheel and use my Giffen Grip to center my pot.
Second: I thin my Wax On with a little water for ease of use for the first coat of wax and then I do a second coat using the Wax On straight from the bottle. This ensures an even coat and prevents having to do multiples passes with the thicker wax. ( If I’m worried of any kind of running from the glaze. I add little alumina or dry kiln wash to the wax on . It will not burn off of stick to the glazes, but does need some trial and error to perfect).
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