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Marx Menders Low Fire Magic Mender £14.97
MAGIC MENDER LO-FIRE
MARX MAGIC MENDER is the low fire version of MARX AZTEC HIGH FIRE MENDER.
MARX MAGIC MENDER is recommended for ceramics, greenware and bisque.
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 MAGIC MENDER
MAGIC MENDER is pre-mixed so there is no need to add slip.For greenware remove excess immediately with a semi-dry scrubby.
For bisque let the Mender dry completely then clean as you would greenware. Make sure that the mender is completely dry before firing. Fire at the temperature recommended for the slip (up to cone 03 ... 1120°C).
INSTRUCTIONS for using Magic Mender:
MARX MAGIC MENDER must be fired to become permanent.
There are 5 reviews with an average rating of 4.60
Kate from United Kingdom05 November 2017 17:57
Dries very fast so you have to paint on and put together quickly. Once stuck and re-fired, it works great. Dries brilliant white, which was lucky as I was working with white clay so near enough invisible.
Daimian from United KingdomOwner31 July 2017 09:17
This is really good,but burns out brilliant white so will show under some glazes,always have a pot just in case.
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Caitriona from Ireland asks
Hi I have a vessel that has been biscuit fired. It is a composition of two vessels approx. 30cm high,one black crag clay and one white earthstone joined together back to back. There is a long linear crack along the joint on both sides. Can you let me know please if this product would be suitable to fill the cracks and if it will fire the same colouring as the clay. Regards Caitriona
James from United Kingdom asks
Hi there. Can I apply this to an unfired sculpture before it's 1st firing? I'm not to worried how it looks - student work and she just wants her tree frog to come back with all 4 legs!
Kim from United Kingdom asks
I want to use this to mend an unfired clay item - once I've low fired it at 1060, can the bisque then be glazed and fired at 1200+? Thanks