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  1. Hello all you experienced glaze chemists, I have been using this recipe at my studio for a few months now and I really like it except that when it's thick it moves more than I'd like. I'd like to slightly adjust it so it's a little more stable. Any recommendations? Also, the iron oxide and copper carb wouldn't affect any of this, right? Soto Amber - Cone 6 Frit 3124- 32% Feldspar Minspar- 26% Silica- 19% Calcium Carbonate- 13% EPK- 10% --- Red Iron Oxide- 3% Copper Carbonate- .75%
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