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Marx Menders High Fire Magic Mender £11.97
MARX AZTEC HIGH FIRE MENDER is the high fire version of MAGIC MENDER.
MARX AZTEC HIGH FIRE MENDER is recommended for porcelain,pottery, stoneware and clay. It is recommended for repairs, add-ons, attaching flowers, ribbons etc.
It repairs broken pieces, fixes hairline cracks, attaches greenware to greenware, attaches greenware to bisque, attaches bisque to bisque. It removes hard spots. It acts like wood putty for larger are fill-ins.
USING MARX MENDER
High Fire Mender is designed to be mixed with slip or clayas desired. Clean off excess High-Fire Mender before firing. Fire at the temperature recommended for the slip or clay that was mixed with the Hi-Fire Mender. Make sure that the mender is completely dry before firing. Hi-Fire Mender must be fired to become permanent.
INSTRUCTIONS for using High- Fire Mender:
HELPFUL HINTS: While the mender is still moist the joint will be fairly delicate, so be careful when cleaning the piece. These Menders MUST be fired to become permanent. Keep jars tightly closed. These menders have a long shelf life and will not spoil.
After firing, the repaired area is stronger than the rest of the piece. If you clean well before firing you'll never know the break was there.
HARD SPOTS: Apply a thin smooth coat of mender over the area.
There are 6 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Valerie from United KingdomOwner05 August 2018 15:13
Fixed a couple of items successfully. I was concerned it would only be useable once, but the consistency is good and there’s plenty left to fix something else.
Faye from United Kingdom27 March 2017 09:51
I stuck a green ware bowl back together that had crumbled into 20 or more pieces and then fired it to stoneware. It worked very well!
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Ian from United Kingdom asks
Does this product have a shelf life?
Nick from United Kingdom asks
I want to use this as ‘a putty’, as suggested to fill more than a hairline crack. I’ll need to add the clay to the Mender, but should the clay be wet or dry powder, and if wet then how wet? Also, as the ‘high fir’ version is this suitable for mid-range stoneware at cone 6?