WP Menard on fri 9 oct 98
I'm a member of two clay studio/classroom groups, each at a separate
college. Advanced members of both groups have been trying unsuccessfully
for more than a year to come up with a reliable clear matt glaze recipe
for ^10 reduction. They've tested existing published recipes and have
made alterations, but the best they get is semi-clear semi-glossy. Most
have a basic understanding of glaze chemistry, but not at the molecular
Do any of you Clayarters, especially the glaze gurus, use a really good
clear matt for ^10? (Is there such a thing?) You'd help a lot of aspring
potters with a positive answer.
Thanks in advance.
June Perry on tue 13 oct 98
Here is a clear matt. This won't be a matt, matt, but I think it's about as
matt as you can get and still be clear. Hope it works for you.
#415 CLEAR SMOOTH MATT 10 REDUCTION CLEAR MATT CLEAR TRANSPARENT
85 CORNWALL STONE
5MAGNESIUM CARBONATE WONDERFUL-BUTTERY,