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Scarva Porcelain (Casting Slip) £24.99
There are 4 reviews with an average rating of 4.75
Marianne from United KingdomOwner09 May 2020 16:37
I have been casting mugs with this casting slip and found that it warped a lot with casted handles. However pulled handles seem to hold and if I don't 'fiddle' too much with the rim of the mug itself. I am also now letting them dry much slower just to make sure. Fellow potter friend said the less you handle it the better and not over wet it when tidying up. Overall it's a great casting quality porcelain.
James from United KingdomOwner05 June 2016 21:37
A wonderful and affordable porcelain slip! Fires to a good white and casts quite quickly which help production!
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Sean from United Kingdom asks
Does CS30 come premixed and ready to pour into plaster molds or is it a powder that will require water and deflocculants?
Megan from United Kingdom asks
what is the shrinkage rate on this porcelain casting slip?
Rosella from Malta asks
Can you single fire CS30 to mature temp 1240degC in a single firing? What would the schedule need to be in degC/time please? Thanks.
Nausika from Belgium asks
Hello, I would like to cast seed pods and other dried flowers in porcelain, would this be the best casting slip to use? Or would you recommend another product?
Vero from United Kingdom asks
Hello, I would like to see If this slip can be use also as decorating slip? Thank you
Katarzyna from Poland asks
Hello, I'm searching for pure porcelain, without black spots after firing, caused by iron particles. Is your porcelain slip iron free?
Trish from United Kingdom asks
What bisque temperature would you reccomend for your CS30 porcelain slip? I intend to apply a high temperature firing glaze.
Anna from United Kingdom asks
Hello, what is the pint weight of this slip?