John Post on tue 23 aug 11
80 Gerstley, 20 feldspar. It's a raku glaze but will fire just fine
in your electric kiln at cone 06.
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On Aug 23, 2011, at 1:58 PM, Karin Givon wrote:
> Does anyone out there have a good shiny and clear ^06 glaze? I'm
> doing a favor for a friend and firing a "kid" pot so that she 'll
> have an example of her kids' wonderful art forever and ever on a
> coffee cup.
Karin Givon on tue 23 aug 11
Does anyone out there have a good shiny and clear ^06 glaze? I'm
doing a favor for a friend and firing a "kid" pot so that she 'll
have an example of her kids' wonderful art forever and ever on a
coffee cup. Trouble is, the one I got online didn't melt enough. I
don't want to delve TOO far into cone 06, and don't want to drive
clear to the pottery store to buy a tiny jar of something I should be
able to mix up.
Thanks for any help-recipe--
James Freeman on wed 24 aug 11
On Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 1:58 PM, Karin Givon wrote:
Does anyone out there have a good shiny and clear ^06 glaze?
If you can go just a little hotter, here is a cone 04 clear that I use
(colored black) as a liner glaze in my low-fired sculptural stuff. It is
from one of Jeff Zamek's books:
Zam 2 Clear
Frit 3195 63
Never had any problem with it.
Good luck with your project.
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Stephani Stephenson on wed 24 aug 11
frit 3195 70