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re velvet underglazes

updated wed 17 jun 98


tmartens on tue 16 jun 98

>>Velvet underglazes were designed to be used without a covering glaze.
>>Perhaps you should try Amaco's regular underglazes. You may have
>>better luck. Also, try applying the underglaze to leather hard clay
>>and bisquit firing to ^04. Harvey Sadow
The original query was about Amaco Velvet Underglazes and the
information above is not quite correct. Reward (Amaco) Velvet underglazes are
regular underglazes.
I know there is another brand that has "Velvet"ceramic paint that is designed to
give a suede look and not go under a clear glaze
Toni M