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"The auto-reduction that happens in an oil-spot glaze is a temperature related event.…"

Jeff Poulter replied May 28, 2014 to ^6 oil spot MFA thesis

18 Jun 11, 2017
Reply by Joseph Fireborn

"Cobalt oxide is about twice as strong as carb & tends to speckle more whereas th…"

Jeff Poulter replied May 22, 2014 to Ooops, Cobalt Carbonate instead of Cobalt Oxide

3 May 22, 2014
Reply by Chantay Poulsen

"I have used a microwave to heat small things in order to re-glaze them, but most the…"

Jeff Poulter replied May 20, 2014 to microwave oven

7 May 21, 2014
Reply by Rodney Allen Roe

"Hi Chantay,     Some suppliers had quite a stock of G-200 and others were blending i…"

Jeff Poulter replied Apr 21, 2014 to Feldspar Question

3 Apr 21, 2014
Reply by Chantay Poulsen

"Usually it is a fast ^06.  If I have something in with a real bisque, then it goes t…"

Jeff Poulter replied Apr 11, 2014 to PA Frogskin Glaze

22 Apr 11, 2014
Reply by Norm Stuart

"I have done a little research since I posted these pics.  It says that I used "Speci…"

Jeff Poulter replied Apr 10, 2014 to PA Frogskin Glaze

22 Apr 11, 2014
Reply by Norm Stuart

"I may have posted some of these before. This is a great glaze! The first one is Frog…"

Jeff Poulter replied Apr 10, 2014 to PA Frogskin Glaze

22 Apr 11, 2014
Reply by Norm Stuart

"A couple years back, I bought a My Weigh scale.  I had gone through a couple of chea…"

Jeff Poulter replied Apr 8, 2014 to Digital Scales

21 Jul 10, 2014
Reply by Jacob Smith

"On my next test, I am going to bisque some copper on , then glaze with the normal gl…"

Jeff Poulter replied Apr 3, 2014 to silicon carbide in red reduction glazes for an oxidation environment?

12 Jul 7, 2014
Reply by Jeff Poulter

"So I did the strike on my bowl that is in the other post(also a different recipe) &a…"

Jeff Poulter replied Apr 2, 2014 to silicon carbide in red reduction glazes for an oxidation environment?

12 Jul 7, 2014
Reply by Jeff Poulter

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