What is Sea Foam? Where I can find effect glaze and how to paint bisque pottery to achieve exciting final effects. How to do pottery painting at home
Sea Foam Brush-On Earthenware Glaze is available ready to use straight from the bottle, simply stir well then apply many coats or one thick layer to your bisque. Let the glaze dry move it to the kiln for firing. For best results fire 1040°C with a 30-minute soak. The dry glaze should be dissolved prior to use.
Liquid Glaze Sea Foam
The glaze is perfect for brush on. It should be coated 2-3 times with a soft brush. After drying please fire between 1000-1080°C. Shake and stir very well prior to use. If the glaze becomes thickened over time simply add water and stir thoroughly.
Dry powder Sea Foam
This glaze is to be dissolved in water. I recommend the proportion - 60%:40% (40g. glaze and 25ml. water). Mellowing and screening before use is pertinent.
Each glaze is recommended to be tested with various layers on the body concerned and under determined conditions. The mixing of the glazes is possible in order to change color shade, melting properties or to achieve some artistic effects. So you get simple ideas for painting pottery.
Quantity: 40 g. (1,41 oz.)
Firing temperature: 980°C - 1080°C (1800°F - 1976° F) (Cone 04)
Lead content: lead-free, 0%
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SEA FOAM Effect ceramic earthenware glaze by BASF Colours
- Brand: BASF
- Product Code: effect glaze - Sea Foam
- SKU: 088G
- Availability: 85