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Scarva RM1072 Glaze Brush-on Medium From £12.33
Mix brush-on medium into powdered glazes to produce brush on glazes.
This special formulation works with any glaze slowing the drying time in order to produce an even coating. Can also be used to produce brush-on underglazes.
• FOR GLAZES: Mix 700mls of brush-on medium to 1000grms of powdered glaze
• FOR UNDERGLAZES: Mix one part brush-on medium to one part underglaze stain.
There are 16 reviews with an average rating of 4.75
Angus from United KingdomOwner10 May 2020 21:24
I'm new to pottery, and have been trying to use many different brands of underglaze on my pottery, and not having much luck, I've been using water up to now, and the results were horrific!
I decided to try this medium for the glaze and underglaze, and wow! what a huge difference it has made, the colour sticks to the body and doesn't look weak and thin as it has with water. I've learned my lesson, use the brush on medium for everything!
sue from United KingdomOwner25 July 2016 08:17
My Terracolor dipping glazes were too runny and causing 'fingers' to run on fired pots, so used brush on medium mixed with glaze to produce brush on glazes instead.This worked extremely well and have had some great results.Thank you Scarva.
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Frances from United Kingdom asks
How much does this make up to please, as a brush on glaze.?
Chris from United Kingdom asks
Once mixed, can the prepared glaze be stored?
rhiannon from United Kingdom asks
Does mixing the glaze brush on medium with the nano powdered stains or indeed mason stains produce an underglaze like paint? Can this mix be painted onto bisqueware? Thanks
Irene from United Kingdom asks
You mention that this medium can also be used to mix underglazes, does this mean that any underglaze design painted onto bisque, would come out glossy without a need for further coverage?
Sharon from United Kingdom asks
Can I use this medium to make a smooth clay slip to brush on? I have made white slip from my dry clay trimmings mixed with water what ratio should I use to make the slip smooth?
Maria from Greece asks
How much of the medium should I add to 1ltr of liquid glaze? Does it affect the thickness of the glaze so that I have to readjust the density?
Sophie from United Kingdom asks
How many coats of glaze would you need to brush on when using this medium?
Val from United Kingdom asks
I have some liquid transparent dipping glaze, can I add some glaze medium to it to allow me to use it as a brush on glaze? Thanks
Becky from United Kingdom asks
Do you still need to sieve the resulting glaze once you have added the medium to glaze powder? And if so, how many times and which grade sieve(s)? Thanks so much!
Michelle from Ireland asks
Did this Medium replace the Scarva Glaze Medium RM1072?
Rebecca from United Kingdom asks
I halved the ratios (350ml medium to 500g powder) to do a test run but it’s incredibly thick - like treacle. What consistency should it be? Thanks
Gill from United Kingdom asks
is there a significant difference between this (RM1072) & RM1074? Could they perhaps be interchangeable? Thank you
Penelope from United Kingdom asks
Hello, can I add this medium to cobalt oxide powder in order to be able to draw patterns on stoneware and have this nice blue when fired?
valerie from United Kingdom asks
What does a 50/50 mixture of this medium do to the firing and soak times of the other powder glaze? Does it act as a flux?