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Scarva DS1010 Black Decorating Slip From £14.07
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 6 reviews with an average rating of 4.16
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner18 February 2013 13:57
With some testing I eventually managed to get a nice deep black colour, at 1140 and underneath a transparent glaze from a different supplier.
I used this with a Scarva white earthenware body and can't comment on any other clay.
Jude from United KingdomOwner29 May 2015 19:58
I use it on Scava porcelain paper clay at 1220°C and it gives a rich opaque black, even with just one coat. (At 1000°C it is grey).
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Olivia from United Kingdom asks
Is this slip safe to use on tableware?
Polly from United Kingdom asks
Hello - If I (manage to) use decorating slip to stamp a small logo onto the bottom of my greenware pots before bisque firing: a) will it mark the kiln shelves? b) if I nest pots within each other to bisque, will the bottom of one mark the inside of the other? Thanks very much! Polly
Ruth from Ireland asks
Hello, can I use these on the bottoms of cups, leatherhard stage (the bottom will be touching the kiln shelf) or will it stick to the shelf when fired? Thanks!
Dee from United Kingdom asks
Could you please let me know if it is possible to burnish your decorating slips rather than using glaze?
ross from United Kingdom asks
This slip reacts beautifully with a basic white glaze to create a volcanic effect. What is the ingredient which would cause this reaction?