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Found 3 results

  1. Have tried multiple recipes online, only to have them craze. Looking for reliable white liner recipes ( pref glossy, bonus if speckled)
  2. Me again! I recently posted a topic (here) about work cracking. A different issue (the absorption levels of the clay and possibly the use of a commercial liner glaze) was identified and so my focus was on fixing this and hopefully, in turn, my cracking problem would disappear. But it's back! After shock testing test pieces (freezer overnight and then boiling water), the image shows a hairline crack that wraps around at leats half the cylinder on the outside with smaller cracks coming off at right angles (highlighted with ink). The ink has been painted on to the gloss liner in the interior but
  3. I am looking for a good stable clear liner glaze that does not have a tendency to craze. I found this in a past post with a reply from John Britt but its for cone 6 Mastering Cone 6 Glazes GLOSSY CLEAR LINER cone 6 20.00 G-200 Potash Feldspar 20.00 Ferro 3134 15.00 Wollastonite 20.00 EPK China Clay 6.00 Talc 19.00 Silica Does anyone know its range. If I take it to cone 7 - 8 will it still be stable? I am really searching for a good stable non crazing clear liner type glaze for this temperature.
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