[Clayart] raku glaze

Paul Gerhold gerholdclay at gmail.com
Tue Jul 5 01:30:30 EDT 2016


Actually cedar shavings available at Tractor Supply works as well or better.  No dust to fly and mar pots and smoke is great with minimum scrubbing. . Believe it is used for pet bedding and smells really nice.

PAul

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> On Jul 4, 2016, at 9:38 PM, mel jacobson via Clayart <clayart at lists.clayartworld.com> wrote:
> 
> they are all correct.
> there are several frits that work great for raku.
> most potters seem to have a bag of 3134 as it is so
> natural, and a good sub for gertsley
> 
> we have to be a bit careful to not let too much of the
> cat out of the bag info to folks looking for a nice white
> raku. 
> it is true of every glaze ever made by potters.
> thickness counts, opacity counts, time in the
> cold air counts, reduction materials count.
> 
> and mike...never give the secret of pine branches away.
> that one is a secret of the ages.
> (john neeley i bet read that and printed it out and will
> be teaching that this fall at utah state.  no credit to the
> california flash mike gordan.
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