[Clayart] Glazing bowls with holes

wschran at twc.com wschran at twc.com
Mon Aug 19 08:18:10 EDT 2019

Best way to tackle this would probably be to spray the glaze on,
especially if you make lots of this design.I've gone to spraying most
of my glazes as I apply multiple thin layers. I've been using this
all-in-one spray unit by Harbor Freight for years:


William Schran wschran at twc.com 703-505-1617

	-----------------------------------------From: "Lou Roess" 
To: "Clayart messages"
Sent: Monday August 19 2019 5:18:56AM
Subject: [Clayart] Glazing bowls with holes

Hi, Does anyone have any suggestions for how to glaze a filigree bowl,
i.e. one with lots of holes in it. Whether I pour, dip or brush, there
seem to be lots of spots where the glaze didn’t completely cover.
Would it help to dip the bisqued bowl in water briefly before glazing?
It takes so much more time to check each little nook and cranny and
full in the unglazed spots with a little brush. It’s especially hard
when the clay and glaze are both white. Can this be helped or is it
just the nature of the beast?
 Thanks, Lou


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