August 17, 2007, Newsletter Issue #80: Finding the Perfect Bisque Temperature

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There can be problems if you fire the bisque at too low of a temperature or at too high of a temperature. Firing your bisque with a temperature that is too low can result in a pottery piece that is too soft and can end up getting damaged. If you fire the bisque at too high of a temperature you can end up getting a piece that is cracked or even have your piece explode. It is important that you find a workable temperature for you to get the best results possible.

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