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For solid-color, 3-coat coverage on greenware. Some colors may also be applied to bisque (check label.) Cover-Coats fire to an opaque, porous matte finish. A clear glaze finish is used to seal the porous surface and to brighten the underglaze colors. Colors may be tinted with E-Z Strokes or other Cover-Coats. Apply 3 coats, fire to cone 04.
Colors shine with polishing technique which is done by completing application, mixing a further quantity of the color half and half with water, and applying to small sections of the piece at a time. Just as the wet look disappears, polish briskly with a soft cloth. Overlap each area as you go until finished to a satin sheen. After firing this surface will be water resistant but not waterproof.
Glazes with Zinc can cause discoloration of underglazes. Use of Zinc-free covering glazes is recommended.
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|Note||Glazes with Zinc can cause discoloration of underglazes. Use of Zinc-free covering glazes is recommended.|