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Scarva Nano Colours NC063 Jet Black Ceramic Glaze & Body Stain From £6.35
Nano Colours are manufactured to a very fine particle size; this has many advantages. Nano Colours disperse more readily throughout a glaze or slip resulting in more uniform and defect free surfaces. During the firing process Nano Colours fuse more vigorously creating purity, intensity and brilliance. Nano Colours are stronger therefore less percentage is needed to create vivid colours making them extremely cost effective. Due to the fine particle size Nano Colours are ideal for screen-printing applications.
• 62 Vivid Colours
• Cost Effective
• High Firing
• Lead Free
• All colours are intermixable
• Maximum Firing Temperature 1300°C
• Add approximately 8% to make opaque glaze
Please be aware that if you intend to use stains to make underglazes you must add underglaze flux
There are 2 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Jill desde United KingdomPropietario02 October 2017 19:29
This stain is easy to use and has great results.
I have used it with both parian and porcelain slips and bodies.
Jane in Caithness desde United Kingdom28 April 2013 14:51
Good strong colour, mixes well.
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Brian desde Ireland asks
Can this stain be added directly to a transparent glaze in order to create a colour?
nicola desde United Kingdom asks
Can these be adding into clay to stain it?
Toby desde United Kingdom asks
Hi, when adding the stain to the glaze, at what point is it added - when the glaze is in dry powder or after it is mixed with water? Also, when sieving what grade of mesh would you recommend? Many thanks Toby
Joanna desde United Kingdom asks
Hi can this be used to stain the actual clay itself - so that I can then mix it with unstained clay for marbled effect?
Sandy desde United Kingdom asks
Are these stains for earthenware - clay, slip and glazes please? Or is there something better to use? Many thanks
Stacey desde United Kingdom asks
Can I mix a stain into white glaze if so what will the result be like .
Jo desde United Kingdom asks
I can't see this box when I type! Can I use this to rub into included marks? Or like an ink for black painted lines/ splashes or brushstrokes? What would be best?
Kate desde United Kingdom asks
Hi I’m throwing with terracotta and using a white tin glaze but want to add black marks/brush strokes to sit in the glaze, would this be the best product? And if so would I make the marks after being bisque fired and then dip it in the glaze? Thanks
sarah desde United Kingdom asks
Hello I would like to colour slips to use under a transparent glaze. Do I add the stain to a white slip base or can I simply add it to a transparent glaze like one of the reviewers suggests. Also if I wanted a matte finish how would I best get that? Many thanks, sarah