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  1. Hey old lady, thank you so much for your effort. And I already can see it from the pictures in your album.
  2. Hmm, doesn't sound like my type of stuff I would like to go for. But I think the manganese + alumina pink stain is the one that definitely suits my needs. Thank you
  3. Thanks Min, for this detailed information. I already got in touch with them if they are able to supply Mason 6020. If not I will raise your question aubout the manganese alumina stains if they are not already refer to it. I am not that deep into reading data sheets but as far as I understand searching for cadmium inclusion inside the stains makes the trick right?
  4. Thank you everyone. I think I have to try different stains and different porcelains and clays as well. "update" I researched a little more and maybe Mason Stain 6020 (alumina Pink) could work because it's a Body Stain. That leads me to another problem. This is only to order in the US and not for instance at Scarva in Britain.
  5. Hello Old Lady, That sounds interesting. It would be awesome if you would share your Mason numbers with me. I would love to try them.
  6. I work with about 8-10% Mason Stains to color my porcelain "Audrey Blackman" with it. that works wonderfully. Except for the pinks/pinks, the hue disappears the hotter I fire. Test at Cone 04, 1, and 1, 6. Here's what it says on the Mason Stains website: WHY DO I NOT GET GOOD PINKS OR CRIMSONS AT CONE 06/2/5/10, ETC.? Mason's chrome-tin pink series, 6000 to 6006, are stable from Cone 06 (normal "low" temperature) to Cone 12 (normal "high" temperature). This type of pigment requires the correct glaze chemistry, in all temperature ranges, in order to maximize the "color value". High ca
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