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Terracolor 620 Lugano Blue From £16.89
620 Lugano Blue
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 8 reviews with an average rating of 4.00
George from United Kingdom03 October 2019 14:44
very nice glaze colours as expected, if dipped and its on the thick side it will run a lot. My first pot stuck to kiln, then repeated with an industrial spray gun, turned out perfect with little to no running from the gun application. light watery/cream consistency sprayed well. fired at 1234c
Karen from United KingdomOwner16 May 2018 20:58
I'm firing to 1250 and keep about 4 millimetres clear of glaze around the bottom edge of the ware, and not too thick near that edge also as it can run. Consistently good deep blue results.
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paul from United Kingdom asks
Hi there would it be possible to tell me the firing schedule for the glaze , as i am really new to pottery , i done a water jug i got from here yesterday , came out dull not glossy.
rosie from United Kingdom asks
Hi, I have bought various Terra colour powder glazes what is the ratio of water to powder i should use? Many thanks Rosie
Emily from United Kingdom asks
Would this glaze be suitable for using with Scarva Earthstone SCB College Buff Clay?
David from United Kingdom asks
Can you water down brush on Terracolor 620 Lugano Blue to use as pouring glaze for something like the inside of a small jug where brushing would be impossible. The outside would be brushed with the undiluted glaze in this instance.
Patrick from United Kingdom asks
Is this glaze ok to use on plates for table ware ?