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JBaymore    1,432

wondering now whatthe soda ash soln. sprayed on top of glaze would do?/

 

Try it.

 

best,

 

................john

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glazenerd    816

Do not apply it to the whole piece: glaze it and then do test spots with increasing amounts of ash. Then you have one piece you can judge effects on, in lieu of a side by side. Draw quadrant lines on the foot: and number 1-4 so you can track which quarter has what %.

 

Nerd

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I spray nearly saturated soda ash (SA)water over glazes at cone 10.  Be careful that you don't wash the glaze off when spraying. (I use a spray bottle with either a wide pattern, or a straight stream).  Never had a problem.  Sometimes the result was not as appealing as I expected.   I don't often use a 'runny' glaze, so have no data on SA over a 'runny' glaze.

 

like John said,  just try it and see what happens.

 

LT

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Joseph F    865

I am going to be running test on these plates I am making seems like a good place to test the solution, I will post findings although at this point I don't expect a lot from it going over glazes.

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