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missholly

mica or micah?

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Hi,

 

I used Terre RIF once, and was wandering about " 5 % Mica" in it. :blink:

 

http://www.toepferspass.de/index.php/keramikbedarf/Fuchs-Ton-schamottierte-Massen-12/product-Terre-RIF-zimt-umbra@TR3015

 

This product is for rather low temperatures up to 1050 °C or primitive firing techniques.

when you use it for lower temperatures, the mica will show (even after biscque firing) at "920 ° they sparkel " :D

 

Mica is the glimmer in there. I don't know if you can use the digged out one as a component for your clay, but it is worth a try.. isn't it? ;)

Good luck! :)

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