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Scarva GZ2130 Zinc Free Multi-Purpose Leadless Mid-Temperature Transparent From £8.39
There are 7 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Sharon from United Kingdom11 December 2017 09:36
I bought the brush on version of this glaze it's easy to use and very consistent and reliable- don't put on too many coats as recommended - it will turn milky. You could probably water it down to make it easier to apply and not too thick.
3 thin coats is what I recommend. I fired iron based decals onto surface afterwards at 930C and it took to the glaze really well, I thought it would not flux that low but it was fine. Great product for mid temp glaze range. Thanks Scarva... I fired to 1150C
Lucy from United KingdomOwner25 September 2017 09:50
I have so far used this on PF580 clay bisqued at cone 06. I decorated my work with
Scarva Nano stains mixed with water and glaze medium and then this over the top. I fired it at cone 4 as advised by the very helpful staff at Scarva and the results are wonderful. Very glossy, even coverage. I must note though that I did find a fairly thick coat was better for me than a thin one. A previous reviewer mentioned she didn't need a thick coat and I found I did but perhaps that's just me. I use a Skutt Automatic kiln to fire my work in. Anyway I love this glaze.
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Joanne Edwards from United Kingdom asks
Is this glaze food safe and suitable for use with Amaco velvet under-glaze. Thanks
Elica from United Kingdom asks
Is it a brush on glaze?
Tamsen from United Kingdom asks
If I have already glazed a piece on one surface with a high temperature glaze, could I then use this glaze on the other side firing at a lower temperature and thus not effecting the already glazed side?
Helen from United Kingdom asks
Can a mid-range glaze be used on both earthenware and stoneware, as long as the firing temp does not exceed the max limit?