[Clayart] Leach Clear with a satin finish that does r/ox ok
roxhun at gmail.com
Thu Mar 6 23:05:56 EST 2014
Ron, thanks so much for your troubles and I will just use this over
decorations outside of pots! Works wonderfully there!
On Wednesday, March 5, 2014, <ronroy at ca.inter.net> wrote:
> Hi Roxanne,
> When I calculate this glaze I see it is a high calcium matte - the only
> kind of semi transparent matte glaze - more like a semi matte I suspect. I
> think it may not be a stable glaze however. Anyone using it as a liner
> glaze at cone 6 might want to have it tested for stability when in contact
> with acidic food.
> The main problem is - in order for a glaze to be stable and durable it
> must be fully melted and I don't think this one is.
> Quoting Roxanne Hunnicutt <roxhun at gmail.com>:
> HI! I think I have been passing that
>> Satin Clear"
>> around for sometime. Got it from Dennis Minier and Leslie Lee in OR who
>> took it from the book, changed the temperature and CAME UP WITH A G REAT
>> drip clear that does not shine! I am going to go find it and put it here
>> CAUSE IT IS HOT SHIT!
>> *Calling it Leach is not really correct as it has been revised to Cone
>> six! custer 25whiting 25silica 25kaolin 25frit 3124 15 I KNOW: Total is
>> not 100. But I like using these numbers as they are mostly consistent!*
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