G2934 Cone 6 Matte Base Glaze G2926B Cone 6 Clear Glossy Base Glaze GA6-B Alberta Slip Cone 6 Base GR6-A Ravenscrag Cone 6 Base L3954B Mid Temperature Engobe G1916Q Transparent Base Glaze G1947U Transparent Base - Cone 10R G2571A MgO Matte Base - Cone 10R GR10-A Ravenscrag Slip as-a-glaze - Cone 10R L3954N/J Cone 10 Engobe Base
G2571A MgO Matte Base - Cone 10R
For lots of detail visit the page for this G2571A at the Digitalfire Reference Database.
When mixed with water to create a thixotropic slurry, this will perform was as a dipping glaze. It will apply evenly to bisque, produce minimal dripping and dry within seconds. It will be adequately durable for handling. If bisque walls are thin, it will be necessary to glaze the inside and outside of pieces as separate operations (with a drying time between).
If you are glaze layering (using this as a dipping glaze and painting a commercial gummed brushing glaze over it) there is a risk of crawling. It may be necessary to add some gum to this, converting it from a dipping glaze to a base-coat dipping glaze.
As of Apr 2018 it is not yet available as a premixed product. However you can make it yourself, click the following: G2571A (for the recipe and much more).
G2571A cone 10R matte on H450 mugs. Bamboo version on left has 3.5 Rutile and 10 Zircopax added. Both mugs had L3954N black engobe applied inside and half way down the outside during leather hard stage. The liner glaze on the left is pure Ravenscrag Slip GR10-A.
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