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Glazed Engobe

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elcimen    2
I bought engobes powder.

Can anyone tell me if when I put water in engobe powder, I add with the water some substance to stick with engobe glazed effects?  :blink:

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elcimen    2

It depends on what substance you are talking about. colorants?

 

Marcia

Speak of glycerin, olive oil ....
Adding a bit in for horizontal sliding engobe colors do not mix?

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elcimen    2
Bought a covering premixed dry.

Can anyone tell me if when I put water in engobe powder, I add with the water some substance to stick with engobe glazed effects?   glycerin, olive oil .... ?

I'll slide the engobe in various colors using the Slip Trailers.

I want the colors do not mix.

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bciskepottery    925

The commercial engobes I bought just required adding water, then mixing. Did not need to add anything else. Adding glycerin, olive oil, or baby oil will make them easier to apply with a brush, but they will also take a bit longer to dry.

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