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Terracolor 606 Glossy Transparent From £9.73
606 Glossy Transparent
Terracolor Powder Stoneware Glazes are a more cost effective and faster approach to glazing a larger volume of pots. Simply mix the powder with water and pass through a sieve to create a dipping glaze or mix with our RM1072 Brush-On Medium to create a glaze to be brushed directly onto your bisque. All Terracolor glazes are Lead Free.
Firing range - 1180 - 1250°C
Glaze Finish: Glossy
There are 2 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Melanieleggesculptor.com from United KingdomOwner19 September 2016 09:48
I was after a glaze for my porcelain, but which did not need to go to the full porcelain top temperature as my pieces are sometimes very fragile and warp over 1200 degrees centigrade. This glaze gives me the control over the top temperature from 1180 - over 1200 if wanted.
Primrose from United KingdomOwner19 July 2019 19:39
The best transparent Glaze I have ever used. Uniformly reliable with little or no running - and always beautifully glossy!
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Julia from United Kingdom asks
Will Scarva terra color glazes go over Craft Crank?
martina from Ireland asks
I use this glaze over nano color decorating slip. This works lovely. It doesn't run and gives a lovely finish. It is very delicate layer and i was wondering which is your most toughest clear transparent glaze, because I'd like to try a few more of your products, thank you!
Smadar from Ireland asks
We used your Nano colours underglaze with spectrum underglaze dipped in stoneware powdered glaze glossy transparent, the problem is that the finish is not glossy and when applied thicker it left a milky look on the pottery. We fired 1220c.If you could help us get this right we would really appreciate it, thank you.
Zoe from United Kingdom asks
How much water do you add per kg?
Frances from United Kingdom asks
If this glaze was to be applied over a white slip which has had cobalt carbonated decoration upon the surface fired in, what would be the best temperature to fire it to, to bring out the cobalt coloring and get the glossy finish too?
frances wright from United Kingdom asks
Hello, can you suggest the best firing program for this glaze? If any soak and what ramps? Thank you
frances from United Kingdom asks
Hello, is this glaze lead free? Thanks
Jacqui from United Kingdom asks
Hi, could you please tell me what the difference is between this glaze and Terracolor 603 Glossy Transparent? Are they both tableware safe?