Marc Hudson on wed 25 aug 04
I've mixed and testes all the wonderful glazes in Mastering Cone 6 Glazes=
and I found that 1/3 - 1/2 cup water per 100 grams test mix worked best f=
me. I use extruded "L" shaped, sequentially numbered tiles for all my te=
so I always dip, never brush. See if this works for you,
Playing with Fire
Espa=F1ola, NM, USA
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From: Randy McCall
Sent: Tue, 24 Aug 2004 18:06:05 -0400
Subject: Mastering Cone 6 Glazes?
> Can someone give me a volume amount of water to add to the MC6G's.=20
> I usually like to mix either 1000 or 2000 grams at the time.
> How many cups of water per 1000 grams is what I am asking? I am=20
> wanting to try to get some consistency with these glazes.
> Also how many coats per piece per type glaze gets the best coverage=20
> without overdoing it?
> Variegated Slate Blue =20
> Oatmeal =20
> Field Mouse Brown =20
> Bone =20
> Raw Sienna
> Powder Blue
> Clear Powder Blue
> Variegate Blue
> Bright Sky Blue
> Caribbean Sea Green
> Waterfall Brown
> Spearmint =20
> I have been testing but am having trouble getting my application=20
> coatings right.
> I usually pour on the inside of vessels but like to brush the outside.
> Really appreciate any help.
> Randy McCall
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