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Scarva GZ2108 Zinc Free Multi-Purpose Leadless Earthenware Transparent From £8.39
There are 16 reviews with an average rating of 4.56
Gillian from United Kingdom11 December 2018 00:27
I'm a a total glazing novice, but I mixed this up as per the instructions, poured it on my items, fired them and they came out all shiny and glazed! Had a little bit of an issue with crackling on some items but I rather suspect that was user error and nothing to do with the product. Not sure what more I can say, will be back for more in due course!
Barbara from United Kingdom10 December 2012 10:44
Very pleased with the fired result and service ordered on Thur and received on saturday with standard delivery service. Was the same price inc delivery as a competitors similarly matched glaze. Fired result very pleasing as I have previously had problems with crazing. I fired to 1060 with a half hour soak and let the kiln cool down to room temperature with no crazing. Glaze also easy to apply as doesnt settle quickly.Will definately order a bulk quantity of this
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Rosie from United Kingdom asks
Hello, I was just wondering if you have the water to powder ratio for mixing this glaze? Thanks!
Jogita from United Kingdom asks
Does this glaze contain Zinc?
Pam from United Kingdom asks
I've used this glaze on Commercial White Earthenware but every item has crazed. Can you tell me the optimum firing for this clay with this transparent glaze. Thanks.
Ann from United Kingdom asks
Hi. I have used this glaze over your Scarva white decorating slip on top of terracotta clay. I have found that it has crazed. I am new to pottery and would welcome any suggestions about what I am doing wrong. Thanks
Helen from Ireland asks
I have had problems using this glaze in that it blisters. I fired to 1140 c. On earthenware. Is it because it is applied to thickly or because it is better slightly lower temp? I bisqued to 1000 c
kate from United Kingdom asks
Is this glaze ready mixed or powder? I'm looking for an earthenware transparent glaze that isn't premixed, thats just in powder form. Thanks
Frances from Ireland asks
I've just purchased 2.5kg of your GZ2108 low fire transparent glaze. I've only used premixed glaze before, can you tell me how much water to mix with this amount of powder? I'd appreciate answer asap. Thanks.
Emily from United Kingdom asks
I have fired my clay to 1250'C (as i want it to be displayed outside) do i have to use a stoneware glaze, or can i use a earthenware one? Also , we have used under glazes on the work. . . . can I apply the clear glaze straight on top of this, or do they need a firing before?
Steve from Ireland asks
How is this glaze for raw glazing onto green ware?