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  1. I am going to sub Strontium for Lithium in a John Britt recipe for Heino Blue. He says to reduce the Strontium to 75%. But, I don’t know how to recalculate the rest of the ingredients so they equal 100%. Do I need to? If so, how would I do that? I have no idea. Thanks. Karen
  2. Hello, I'm new to this forum and hope I'm asking this question of the correct group. I found this clear gloss glaze recipe from this forum and have used it with success. However, the glaze becomes panhard very quickly, and dries on bisqueware far too fast. I guess it needs to be deflocculated? Is there something else I should have added to this recommended recipe at the start? Original post: Posted December 29, 2010 Here is a cone 6 clear for oxidation: So Clear (from Michael Sherrill workshop) Ferro Frit 3124 -- 32.2% Feldspar (Soda F4) -- 25.8% Silica -- 19.4% Whiting -- 12.9% Kaolin EPK -- 9.6% Total -- 99.9% I've had very good experience with this clear. Very clear and very glossy. Thank you for any suggestions. Rita
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