Cognac Earthenware Glaze 9104
Honey-coloured semi-transparent glossy glaze, max. 1060∞C, darker on red and black clay.
Ready mixed in brush-on form. Distincive and colourful effects which vary with thickness and the surface to which they are applied. These glazes meet all COSHH and CHIP safety regulations. Leadless but also zinc cadmium and antimony free and so are especially safe for use in schools.
Darker on red or black clay
Can be fired up to 1100degC
Not recomend for dinnerware
FIRING RANGE 1020 - 1060
SOLD IN 200ml POTS
BOTZ Flﾟssigglasur, brush-on glazes for the glazing range 1020 –1060 C.
BOTZ brush-on glazes are available in 200 ml and 800 ml jars, ready to use. They are highly concentrated. 800 ml equals 1.4 to 1.8 kg mixed powder glaze.
Stir the glaze thoroughly and apply the first coat on clean, dust-free biscuit ware with a brush (e.g. BOTZ 9005) before processing. Every glaze is finely tuned and has its individual consistency.
Apply a second coat when the first is dry. Depending on the thickness you might want to apply a third coat.
The glaze can soon be touched and you can then move your glazed piece of pottery to the kiln. For best results however, allow the glaze to dry for a day.
The ideal firing temperature for nearly all BOTZ brush-on glazes is about 1050 C. If they are then soaked for 10–20 minutes the glazes become smoother and many effects come out more markedly.
For the special features of each individual glaze click the “i n f o” button under the corresponding colour sample.
Safety data sheets are available on demand: info[at]botz-glasuren.de
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