Do I have to fire my pot?
If you’d like your masterpieces to be food safe and waterproof you’ll need to fire ya pots.
If you don’t fire your pot it won’t be waterproof or food safe but can still be functional.
What temperature do I need to fire my pot to? (Your local kiln will ask you this)
First firing (Aka bisque firing) : 1000c
Second Firing (Aka Glaze firing) : 1100c/1220c/1280c
Check out our list of Kiln services near you:
Céramiques Elsternwick: 15 Horne st, Elsternwick.
Northcote pottery supplies: 144 Weston st, Brunswick east.
The Kiln Room:10 Boileau St, Keysborough.
NEW SOUTH WALES:
Clayground: 601 Botany rd, Roseberry.
Kiln-It: 184 Glebe Point Road, Glebe
Creatively Wild: 1471 Botany rd, Botany.
Throw clay studio: 1465 Pittwater rd, North Narrabeen.