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Pottery Plaster No. 1 produces break-resistant, smooth wearing molds for slip casting, jiggering, and press molds. The industry standard for making slip casting molds for ceramicware, sanitaryware, dinnerware, and fine china.
C$15.65
When applied on greenware or bisque as a method of decoration, "resists" application of glaze, slip and underglaze.
C$11.95
Potter's can use liquid latex as a resist for decoration as well as a mold building material.
C$8.00
Spodumene (substitute) is a silicate mineral often referred to as lithium feldspar. Commonly used in ceramics as a source of lithia which is used as a powerful flux especially when used with potash and soda feldspars.
C$74.00
On paper, Fusion F-19 has a very similar chemistry to 3124.
C$7.70
EP Kaolin ("EPK", Edgar Plastic Kaolin) is a popular kaolin due to its plasticity and white-firing properties
C$8.40
Tin Oxide is the most effective opacifier to produce even, opaque, glossy glazes. Traditionally used as a white glaze stain, glazes opacified with tin may flash pink in kiln atmospheres where chromium is present.
C$61.25
Spectrum’s 1050 Underglaze Base is formulated as a base media for preparing your own underglaze colors similar to our 500 series underglazes.
C$13.00
Silica (Flint) 400 Mesh is a purified version of this much used material of glaze and claybody formulation. In clay and glazes, Flint provides the melting, or glassifying agents in a claybody that allow the material to fuse together.
C$11.75
The Reed Wax Emulsion is an excellent resist for the bottom of your pots and for brushing accurate wax resist decoration.
C$15.25
Strontium Carbonate, a source of strontium oxide in stoneware and porcelain glazes, is useful as a flux to enhance interaction and increase fusion.
C$10.25
Feldspar Potash (Custer) is one of the primary feldspars used in ceramics. G200 EU is a 1:1 substitute for G200 in glaze recipes.
C$7.90
Ferro Frit 3249 is a low expansion leadless magnesia borosilicate frit. This type of frit is the most effective way to reduce crazing in your glazes.
C$18.45
Minspar 200 is a 200 mesh soda feldspar from Spruce Pine, NC. It is composed of crystalline minerals made up of mainly of alkaline silicates. Minspar 200 is used extensively in ceramics in both clay and glaze formulation.
C$7.50
On paper, Fusion F-12 has a very similar chemistry to 3134.
C$8.15
Black Iron Oxide can create varied effects depending on the conditions. One of the most common colourants in pottery.
C$13.85
Sodium silicate is commonly used in ceramics as a deflocculant in slip preparation by neutralizing the charges of particles in the slip, allowing for more even suspension and thinning.
C$9.00
Nepheline Syenite has been a used in the ceramic industry for many years, and is known for the whiteness it imparts to clay bodies and increasing low to mid cone glaze firing ranges.
C$9.25
Wollastonite is a natural calcium silicate used to reduce shrinkage in clay bodies and glazes during firing. Can aid in the fast firing of clay bodies and can be employed to replace silica and whiting.
C$9.40
Ultrox opacifiers assure uniformity of glaze opacity, texture and color over a wide range of temperatures and compositions.
C$11.90
Dolomite is a type of milled limestone that is a useful source of both calcium and magnesium in ceramic glazes.
C$7.00
Cobalt Oxide is a reliable, stable, black powdered oxide. In small amounts it produces consistently intense blue tones. Used as a glaze colorant and brushing oxide decoration.
C$77.15
Bentonite is a fine powder that is a grey-tan color. As typical for ceramic use, this is a sodium bentonite and is a common additive to both glaze and clay. Use in small percentages to aid clay body plasticity and glaze suspension.
C$9.85
Gillespie Borate is a blended borate material designed for use in glazes to replace Gerstley Borate. It has been on the market for over 20 years.
C$13.95
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