Anthony Wolking on wed 9 oct 02
Can anyone out there help me with cone 6 salt firing? I am looking for
solid infromation on clay bodies, slips, and glazes. Any information or
reference material would be greatly appreciated.
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Marcia Selsor on thu 10 oct 02
Ruthann Tudball's book on Soda firing has some ^6 recipes. I did some a
while ago. Most recently did ^1 soda on terra cotta with terra sigs.
Very good flashing using bernard slip in an underglaze stain on top of
ball clay terra sig. Nice golden toasty colors. I think any clay body
that matures at the firing range you are using will work well.
I prefer soda ash to salt as I think it is easier to volatilize if you
put it into boiling hot water and spray it into the kiln.
Marcia in Montana
Anthony Wolking wrote:
> Can anyone out there help me with cone 6 salt firing? I am looking for
> solid infromation on clay bodies, slips, and glazes. Any information or
> reference material would be greatly appreciated.
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