Posted 13 December 2013 - 12:34 PM
Posted 14 December 2013 - 08:54 AM
So, e-mailed the shop who sold it to me. Nice people. Told me, they had made a mistake by shipping this crap when it was cold outside. Mmmm... what? Never mind. Got my money back and never reordered when it got warmer.
For stripes and stuff, you can probably use candle as a pencil and draw glaze free areas on the pot.
Shellac will do the trick too.
If you find something that works and is available in average supermarket/hw-store, let me know.
Maybe floor wax?
Problem with oils is that they spread out and sink in... Stick with wax
If you can not peal it off, it makes no difference, unless oil spreads out. Maybe someone has tested with oils. No idea.
I think you need something that can be easily made more liquid, if needed for finer lines.
White carpenters (woof/paper) clue? Cost almost nothing.
We use that white wood glue to clue tiny wads of "clay" under the pots when doing wood firing.
Posted 14 December 2013 - 06:28 PM
PeterH, thank you. Good ideas. Got plenty of
crayon grease pencils lying around the house (kids, you know).
Basically, everything that burns off clean, repels water and can be applied with out force (without disturbing the previously applied glaze) is fine.
Hmm.. spraying WD40 through a masks? LOL
Posted 14 December 2013 - 06:47 PM
... and I in my limited experience the only way to get a good edge on 2-part naked-raku resist is with
a peeling medium (e.g. latex, masking tape, ...). Otherwise the upper [glaze] layer is too close to the
clay you want to leave bare. Regards, Peter
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