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Scarva GZ2150 Zinc Free Multi-Purpose Leadless Stoneware Transparent From £10.95
GZ2150 Zinc Free Multi-purpose Stoneware Transparent
Suitable for use on Stoneware, Porcelain and Bisqueware. Highly recommended.
For purposes of illustration the glaze above is shown on ES5 fired to Cone 6. GZ2150 is suited to white firing clays and porcelains.
There are 30 reviews with an average rating of 4.80
Maggie de United Kingdom05 October 2022 21:56
I'm in my 50th year of pottery and I can honestly say I've never come across a commercially made clear glaze as amenable as this one.
I've had absolutely no issues from it for the year I've been using it. Crystal clear and consistently glossy, it looks like my pottery has put on a glass coat.
I also add extra water, to a milky consistency over my fingers and usually fire to 1235°c for perfection every time.
MR L de United KingdomPropriétaire27 April 2022 20:35
I sought advice from Scarva for a craze-resistant glaze for use on their ES80 body after disappointing results with other manufacturer's glazes and this proved to be the answer. It performs well giving a really good colour response over decorative slip at 1260 and most importantly shows no sign of crazing on pots made 2 years ago and which are in daily use. I mix it to a thin consistency to avoid any chance of milkiness and am careful to rub down any thick runs.
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Ian de United Kingdom asks
I have been using Amaco Velvet Underglaze on Bisque ware to decorate it and then dipping into a clear stoneware glaze to great affects (when high fire glaze firing). Will your Multi-Purpose Stoneware Transparent work for this treatment also?
Vicki de United Kingdom asks
Really a newbie....having always used a ready made brush on glaze I would like to have a bucket of dipping glaze. So is it just powder to water with no other additives required to make up a bucket. Will this then keep for subsequent dippings if kept with a lid on ??
Rhiannon de United Kingdom asks
Can I use this glaze with oxides? Thanks
Rachel de United Kingdom asks
Is this a good base glaze to add oxides to make my own glazes?
Anne de United Kingdom asks
Is this glaze food safe? If I add oxides, would it still be food safe? Thanks
Gay de United Kingdom asks
Which mesh sieve would be best to use for this glaze?
Marilou de Germany asks
I've been using this glaze as a base for stains to create colored glazes for a while now and I love it. The finish is very glossy and I sometime would like to tone it down a little...would you be able to suggest any additive that would help the finish become more satin?
Nicole de United Kingdom asks
Can this be used as a top glaze over the Smooth textured Crank clay?
GJ de United Kingdom asks
Can I water down the brush on version of this glaze to pour into narrow necked vessels.
TERESA de United Kingdom asks
I am using terracotta and decorating slip that fires to 1300c, would I be able to use this glaze to bring out the full colour of the slip, as I cannot find a transparent glaze to fire to 1300c. Many thanks
Mari de Germany asks
Would this glaze be compatible when mixing with with Chrome-Tin Stains ?
James de United Kingdom asks
Which brush on transparent glaze is best for applying on top of spectrum underglazes (on bisque). I'm looking for a clear glaze that will cause the least running/smudging of the underglaze. Thank you
Craig de United Kingdom asks
Hi there would this glaze be suitable to coat ceramics made from your Earthenware paper clay and then painted with Amaco underglazes bisque fired and then refired to cone 5-6 temperatures ? Thank you
Sultan de United Kingdom asks
Which sieve in the scarva stock would be good for this? Never mixed a glaze before so not really sure which one to go for.
Emma de United Kingdom asks
Hi, just bought some.How many dips should I do as a dipping glaze and how many layers as a brush on? Id like to try firing lower than 1250 as my underglazes always looks a bit overcooked.However Id like to avoid cloudy clear glaze. Many Thanks, Emma
Katie de United Kingdom asks
What is the recommended SG please?
Nikki de Northern Ireland asks
Hi I bought this as a brush on glaze, and it’s very good, but mine has started to get a bit ‘thick’ as I move down through the bottle. What can I use to thin it please? I wasn’t sure about just adding water? Thank you.
Ditte de United Kingdom asks
My biggest European customer needs to know what my glazes contain to sell my ceramics in their European shops. Is it possible to get a Safety Data Sheet and Technical Data Sheet that states what metals this glaze contains and in what amounts?
Sharon de Australia asks
Is this glaze suitable for use on midfire porcelain?
Sharon de United Kingdom asks
I have bought this glaze but I need a little help. Can you tell me what proportion of water to glaze powder I should use for a brush on glaze texture and if I need any other additives? Also, can you tell me the proportion of water to powder for your batt wash too? Thanks.
Helen de United Kingdom asks
Can I put some decoration, using brush on glaze which fires at a lower temperature, with this transparent glaze on top?