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Scarva DS1009 White Decorating Slip From £4.79
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 3 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Primrose from United KingdomOwner19 July 2019 19:26
A good, reliable white Slip. Works beautifully on a Stoneware Buff body. I use it mainly for decorating Greenware, with a transparent glaze applied over the top for the second firing. Works well with a slip trailer or a brush. Results are always good, with decent coverage and perfect colour.
Roberto Landin from United KingdomOwner13 December 2013 10:59
Very good product with good results over bisque, I am please with this product.
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Olivia from United Kingdom asks
Can these slips be mixed together to make different colours?
Natalie from United Kingdom asks
Can I colour the white decorating slip with mason stains?
Chris from United Kingdom asks
Can I apply the slip right down to the base of the pot, or will the slip then stick to the kiln shelf? Thanks Chris
Kim from United Kingdom asks
Is the white slip actually white so that you can see what colour you will get if you add a coloured stain?
Marina from Luxembourg asks
Can I apply the slip with a brush?
Sherrod from United Kingdom asks
Can the Scarva decorating slip be added to a piece already bisque fired? I want to brush a thin wash of this slip to my bisqued sculpture then cover with a matt white to fire to cone 6.
Juliet from United Kingdom asks
Can these slips be used on low fire porcelain (^6)?