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Jeremy Ayers

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    Jeremy Ayers reacted to tinbucket in c6 glaze too soft   
    In the first recipe, the zircopax may be the cause of the cutlery marking. Search zircopax on digitalfire.com and you will see more info on this. I would try a line blend of the glaze, reducing the zircopax to see how much is necessary to opacifiy your glaze. Then I would add silica in 5% increments to see how much the glaze could take before adverse effects arise. Also the first recipe that Min posted is a glaze I am testing right now. The matte surface of that glaze has an opacifying effect on its own, requiring less tin or zircopax to achieve the same opacity of your current white.
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    Jeremy Ayers reacted to Marcia Selsor in c6 glaze too soft   
    Calcium Carbonate (whiting) increases the hardness of a glaze. you might increase the whiting a bit or adjust it into the RO2 column of fluxes.
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    Jeremy Ayers reacted to dhPotter in c6 glaze too soft   
    This website has several iterations of Licorice reformulated  by Ron Roy and John Hesselberth
    http://www.masteringglazes.com/mastering-cone-6-glazes/glaze-reformulations/chapter-6-glaze-reformulati/
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