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Wax Crayons are available in 10 vivid colours and 4 oxides. Wax crayons are dust-free.
All colours are available in either earthenware (1000 - 1150°C) or stoneware (1150 - 1280°C). The earthenware crayons can be used at stoneware temperatures, but the colours will fade slightly. The stoneware crayons cannot be fired at a low temperature as the colours will not adhere to the vessel.
Wax crayons are a great way to create unique effects by themselves or combining with underglazes and glazes.
I bought both Earthenware and Stoneware wax crayons online within the last few months or so, and I was wondering; What is the difference between them? Also the only defining difference I can see on their packaging is a small piece of tape on each, one containing the code SK 07 and the other SK02a. How would I go about telling them apart? Or would it be more trial and error? Thanks!
Sure, SK02a is Earthenware and 07 is Stoneware.
Hope this helps!