|Ready to Paint Liquid Glaze
Firing Range: 1000 - 1250oC plus
The usual underglaze technique is to apply the colour onto greenware and then bisquefire at 1000oC prior to an application of clear glaze. If applying directly onto bisqueware however, a second optional firing at 1000oC will "harden on" the colour prior to glazing. After firing, the colour intensfies and becomes glossy.
When left unglazed and fired to around 1000oC or more, the colours assume a velvet matt appearance ... a good surface for sculptural forms and as a decorating effect where glazing is not essential. Colour should be applied as thinly as possible, in layers, to achieve the desired effect. If water has been lost a little more may be added but be careful not to dilute colour power.
Application gives translucent with 1 coat, semi opaque with 2 coats and opaque with 3 coats.
Safety: All colours are food safe.
The colour tiles are a guide only as monitors and printing processes may vary colour.