how we can re-glaze the fired glaze work?

To re-glaze a fired piece you need to do one of the following:

 Spray the piece with spray starch, let dry, then reglaze.

Spray the piece with sticky hairspray (usually the cheapest you can find), dry, reglaze.

 Heat the piece first, with a heat gun or in the oven or kiln, then apply glaze, (my favourite).

 Brush white (Elmer’s) glue on, let dry, reglaze.

Microwave the piece for 30 seconds. (Some potters say this makes a huge difference, and the piece doesn’t need to actually get or stay hot) Add some suspension agent to the glaze (CMC gum or Bentonite.)

 Add some detergent / shampoo to the glaze (baby shampoo is good because it doesn’t foam) To improve your odds further, wash the pot first with ammonia or detergent, wearing rubber gloves, and don’t touch it.

 The oils from your fingers can prevent glaze from sticking. And… Don’t use too much of anything. If you get the coating too thick, you may prevent adhesion instead of encouraging it.

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