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Scarva Nano Colours NU063 Jet Black Underglaze From £5.80
SCARVA Nano Underglazes are manufactured using a high percentage of stain and with a frit base rather than a slip (clay) base. This means they can be applied onto greenware or bisque. Nano Underglazes have the appearance of silk if left unglazed or will intensify in colour when covered with a clear transparent or gloss glaze. Nano Underglazes are ideal for screen-printing applications.
All our Nano Underglazes are intermixable so why not get creative and experiment by missing your own completely new colour.
• Cost effective
• 15 Vivid colours
• High firing
• Lead Free
• All colours are intermixable
• Wide firing range 1000-1300°C+
mix one part powder glaze to one part underglaze medium and adjust with water if necessary
There are 4 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner27 July 2020 09:16
I added the underglaze powder to an engobe (25%)and was a bit concerned that it looked pale grey when dried but it came out nicely black after firing. I might try experimenting to see what is the least amount of powder I can get away with as, in my experience, black always goes a long way!
Elizabeth from United Kingdom23 October 2017 19:23
This is lovely! One coat gives a solid black and fires well at both the lower and higher end of its range. Really pleased!
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Jackie from United Kingdom asks
How many coats would you recommend to achieve a dense opaque colour? Is it only suitable for painting on with a brush? Or could it be sprayed or flicked on?
Mark from United Kingdom asks
Hi. Do you think this could be used in conjunction with a slip trailer (such as Xiem Tools slip trailer kit) to write text on bisqueware? Thanks
Lisa from United Kingdom asks
Hi, if I was to buy this in powder form along with the medium how do I mix it ? Is it say 50g powder 50ml medium ?
Rebekka from Denmark asks
Hey. What is the best transparent glaze for This . Glossy and mat? I fire at 1240 degrees