Start by washing the bisqueware clay with a water-soaked sponge to take off any clay dust and to let the glaze adhere
Find a brush to paint with (you may want use a smaller brush for more detailed designs) and choose your desired glaze from the glaze cabinet.
When choosing your glaze, keep in mind that the glaze will come out a different color than what is shown in the jar and that many glazes have crystals that add color. Also, some glazes, called underglazes, will come out of the kiln matte and require a translucent topcoat for shine.
Paint an even layer of glaze onto your piece, avoiding the bottom to prevent it from sticking to the kiln. Also, if you are using multiple colors, wash out your brush in between color changes.
Apply one to two more coats of glaze, allowing each layer to dry before adding the next one, depending on how opaque you want the glaze.
Now your piece is glazed and ready to be fired! Remember to clean all tools used and to return your glazes to their designated areas.