A body firing problem where particles of calcium sulphate in the fired or bisque fired body slowly absorb water from the air, expand, and pop out a section of the body. These particles can be contamination or naturally occurring contaminants in the clay.

(“Lime Popping” n.d.)


“Lime Popping.” n.d. Accessed December 15, 2022. https://digitalfire.com/glossary/lime+popping.