Common Sense About Barium Leaching

Common Sense About Barium Leaching
December 1, 2014 Polly Beach
By Monona Rossol Part two of a three-part series on barium from the January 1996 issue of Clay Times I’m old enough to remember that the tests for leaching of barium in the ’70s and ’80s were done primarily to settle an argument. Some potters insisted that high fired glazes don’t leach. Since barium was a common toxic flux for […]
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