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Mason Stains® By Mason Color 6376 Robins Egg Stain From £6.00
Our range of Mason colours with over 60 ceramic stains can be used in a wide variety of cost-effective applications. All stains in this revolutionary new colour system contain NO LEAD and can be used as glaze stains or underglaze colours when mixed with a suitable flux, both of which produce strong, vivid colours. See reference notes and Guide to Colour Chart for technical information and suggested percentages of stains. The amount required and the final colour will be dependent upon the glaze or body used and firing temperature. To avoid speckling, thorough mixing and sieving is required.
There are 1 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Lucy from United KingdomOwner27 April 2017 13:48
I waited to do this review until my work came through the firing process, being at Adult Ed classes that can take a while :-(
I found the colour to be pretty close to the colour on the tub. Btw I am thrilled with the tubs! Previously had stains in transparent bags which ok take less space but are not as safe either.
Stain mixed easily and applied beautifully using brushes and sponge.
I mixed with other colours both at powder level and once applied and really liked the results.
Once fired if I wasn't confined to a wheelchair I'd have been doing a happy dance. I'm not normally like this!
I used basic stoneware clay and the colours were vibrant and well, colourful.
Intend to use on white and porcelain next and sure colours will be even brighter. Though to be fair they are the best I've seen on stoneware.
100% recommendation for these stains.
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Susan from United Kingdom asks
I wish to use these stains in terrasigillata. I have had problems with some stains 'sinking out' in the past - they do not seem to blend with the tg how do you think Mason stains will mix?