There must be some Jedi mind trick for kilns and glazing. I feel pretty zen at times about the whole process but there are times, like when a glaze is being uncooperative, that I want to break out the Jedi mind tricks and kick some ass! It is a favorite color. It looks old and freshly unearthed, like a long hidden treasure when it is done just right. Or it can look like SOS (shit on a shingle) when it decides to "act up". After 3 firing and 3 different batches, I called the manufacturer and started asking questions. Why do you hate me so dear glaze?
Samples will be sent. Notes will be taken. Tests will be made. Jedi mind tricks will kick some butt!