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Scarva DS1004 Red Decorating Slip From £36.39
SCARVA Vivid Coloured Decorating Slips are coloured using our most intense stains. They are suitable for use on both Earthenware and Stoneware bodies. When manufacturing our slips we believe in using high percentages of stain to give strong, vivid colours throughout the range. The slip can be applied to leather hard clay with brushes, sponges or slip trailers. After biscuit firing the pots should be glazed with a suitable transparent glaze, which will further enhance the vibrant colours.
• Cost effective solution for achieving bright colours
• Strong vivid colours
• Available in 1 litre or 5 litres
• Wide firing range - 1000-1300°C
There are 2 reviews with an average rating of 4.00
Charlie Seye from United KingdomOwner20 February 2013 10:29
These slips are excellent quality with consistent colour. Fine tuning with Nano stains gives limitless range of totally reliable colour. Beautiful smooth working texture.
As with any pigmented medium, colours can have their own particular foibles, but these are very easy to manage with a good stir and diligent application.
phil from United KingdomOwner28 December 2021 19:58
Scarva should not misrepresent this slip as RED at a wide firing temperature. At earthenware temperatures it appears pale to medium pink.
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martina from Ireland asks
is this decorating slip compatible with your nano colour decorating slip? for example i want to use your Scarva DS1004 Red Decorating Slip as a base color and paint on black dots with the Scarva Nano Colours NDS031 Jet Black Decorating Slip . is it likely that there will be blistering or will it chip off?
Florence from United Kingdom asks
Are your decorating slip ( mallard green, teal orange, white, black) lead free? Thanks
Jennie from United Kingdom asks
I have hand built a large pot with white stoneware clay, I would like to put a coloured slip on and burnish it before bisque firing and then smoke fire. Do you think this is a suitable slip? Many thanks Jennie