[Clayart] Firing in oxidation at end of reduction fire?

Roxanne Hunnicutt via Clayart clayart at lists.clayartworld.com
Thu Aug 7 12:56:34 EDT 2014


For the gas kiln, I just turn it off when it reachs cone 6.  It cools
pretty fast.  It is my understanding that the atmosphere tends to go
oxidation by itself, but I don't have an oxiprobe to check.

For the electric kiln I have experienced the crystal formation
The results are very different.

Would doing as hank does, going into oxidation at the end of reduction fire
benefit most or all glazes?

What's the downside?

Rox


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