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#1 confused_yet_curious

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 10:39 PM

Hello everyone,
I'm in search of cone 6 white glazes for stoneware! Im reaching out to you all to see if any of you have any good recipes! I've found some ok ones but! I'm curious to read your finds!
P.s. oxidation or reduction !

#2 Laura A Strike

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Posted 28 February 2012 - 10:30 PM

This ^6 glaze is used by Northlake community college in Irving Texas. It is stable in both oxidation and reduction and can be used as a white background for high fire majorlica.


Soda Feldspar 42.6
Gerstley Borate 23.5

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Posted 28 February 2012 - 10:33 PM

NorthLake White

Soda Feldspar 42.6

Gerstley Borate 23.5

ball clay 14.6

Silica 7.2

Ultrox 7.2


Dolomite 5

#4 neilestrick

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Posted 29 February 2012 - 02:20 PM

A white glaze is just an opaque clear glaze. Most glazes (other than slip glazes that contain red clays like Albany, Alberta or Redart) will be clear, opaque or milky without the colorants. If you have a glaze you like and are used to using, just mix it without the colorants (metallic oxides- iron, cobalt, etc.). If it's a transparent glaze, add 8-12% zircopax or superpax, or 5-6% tin oxide to the base to opacify it. If it's milky, use less. If it's already opaque, you won't have to add anything.
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#5 confused_yet_curious

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Posted 18 March 2012 - 10:37 PM

Thank you everyone! Your replies was most needed and I will put them in my new record file :0) getting new recipe here lately is like getting an bad of candy you can't wait to open up and use!




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