- Suitable for application over most Underglazes and One Strokes on stoneware bisque.
- Using 3 full coats for optimum coverage. Wait for coat to dry between applications
- Firing range between Cone 6 (1,222°C) – Cone 10 (1,305°C)
- Powder Ratio: 1kg powder : 1.14kg of clean water. Seive through 200# mesh. Ensure to batch test and adjust as required
Stoneware Clear Glaze I
Stoneware Clear Glaze I is available in powder and liquid form and can be used on stoneware bisque that has first been decorated with most of the Underglazes or One Strokes. Once fired correctly, the Stoneware Clear Glaze I will protect the ware from moisture and discoloration caused by contact with food and liquids.
The colored appearance of the brush on Stoneware Clear Glaze I is intended to assist application by highlighting glazed areas.
Chrysanthos Stoneware Glaze Clear I is a high gloss lead free glaze designed for use over items that have been first decorated with Underglazes and One Strokes.
The colored appearance of the brush on Stoneware Glaze Clear I is intended to assist application by highlighting glazed areas.
Three full coats are required to achieve the best results using the Stoneware Glaze Clear I. These are carefully applied at right angles to one another (ie. crosshatched), allowing each to dry in-between. A soft glazing or fan brush should be used in order to minimise streaking. Besides brushing, the Stoneware Glaze Clear I may also be sponged.
The Stoneware Glaze Clear I Brush on may be sprayed and thinned with clean water if necessary to improve glaze flow.
When using the Stoneware Glaze Clear I Dipping, it may be necessary to add some clean water depending on the thickness of the glaze required on the ware and the firing temperature of the kiln. Stir the glaze thoroughly and to 10 litres of glaze add 400 – 500 ml clean water. Proceed to dip pieces once using tongs, stirring glaze occasionally to keep the glaze uniform.
Both the Stoneware Glaze Clear I Brush On and the Dipping are overglaze compatible and may also be sprayed.
The Stoneware Glaze Clear I have been specifically formulated for application to stoneware clays that are to be glaze fired to between cone 6 (1,222oC) and cone 10 (1,305oC).
Always refer to the bottle and SDS for all hazard and safety instructions.
1 kg, 500 gr, 500 mL, 5 L