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Scarva Underglaze Medium From £8.13
Mix 1 part medium to 1 part underglaze powder to create a brushable colour.
Alternatively if making your own underglaze from ceramic stains you will need to add a percentage of underglaze flux.
A typical recipe for making a stain into an underglaze:
125g underglaze medium
133g underglaze medium
Mix well and pass through a 100 mesh sieve to create your brushable underglaze.
There are 4 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Joy from United KingdomOwner10 April 2016 11:09
You use one part colour stain to two parts medium. The result is a very fluid mix that it lovely to paint with.
I also tried it with some old stoneware powder glaze I had and the result was excellent. This is a great product which produces excellent brush on glaze and underglaze.
ws from United KingdomOwner11 November 2013 14:55
I used underglaze medium to mix brushable underglaze. It was sieved through a 80's sieve and the undeglaze is very easy to apply. It also helps colour to adhere to ware as it dries.
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cat from United Kingdom asks
i want something to mix with underglaze that will give me a good consistency for screen printing...do you think this product is suitable for that...how viscous is it? Thanks Cat
Marianne from United Kingdom asks
Hello Can I mix stain with the underglaze medium on bisqued earthenware? Thanks!
Alison from United Kingdom asks
What is the difference between brush on medium and underglaze medium?
Helen from Ireland asks
Do I have to mix a stain with the underglaze flux and then the underglaze medium to make a brush on underglaze or just the underglaze medium?
martina from Austria asks
What temperature is the maximum firing temperature? Thanks!
Lucy from United Kingdom asks
I want to brush cobalt oxide on to bisque so you can see the brush strokes. I tried this by just mixing with water but found it too runny, too easy to brush off once dry and it needed constant mixing as it kept settling. Would this underglaze medium solve my problems?
opspofsajgaasfgafs from Greece asks
Hello I am interested in making underglazes with this medium and the scarva nano colour underglaze of 100g each My questions are these. 1)Do I need anything else except the medium and the nano colour underglazes to prepare the underglaze? 2)Is the medium really needed if I apply the underglaze only on greenware? 3)You suggest to mix 2 parts of medium with 1 part of underglaze. As an example which is correct? ---200 grams!!!--- medium for 100g underglaze or ---200 ml!!!--- medium for 100g underglaze?