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"Just throwing, no pun intended, this out there, could it be wax resist. I have a sim…"

Brenda Outram replied Nov 2, 2015 to What is this glaze?

32 Nov 2, 2015
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"Thanks for the replies, as I don't have a proper extruder I think I will try and thr…"

Brenda Outram replied Feb 18, 2014 to Porcelain Rings

4 Feb 18, 2014
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"I purchased 98% red iron oxide from Seattle Pottery, would that be the same as "high…"

Brenda Outram replied Aug 18, 2013 to Glossy glaze coming out Matt

19 Aug 19, 2013
Reply by Norm Stuart

"Norm do you have a source for synthetic Red Iron Oxide?"

Brenda Outram replied Aug 18, 2013 to Glossy glaze coming out Matt

19 Aug 19, 2013
Reply by Norm Stuart

"Hey Norm Where do you get Lithium Fluoride? I just checked the Clay Art and Seattle…"

Brenda Outram replied Aug 17, 2013 to Glossy glaze coming out Matt

19 Aug 19, 2013
Reply by Norm Stuart

" Does it have to be 3269? and I don't have any Lithium Fluoride. I have to laugh, ju…"

Brenda Outram replied Aug 17, 2013 to Glossy glaze coming out Matt

19 Aug 19, 2013
Reply by Norm Stuart

"and this is the Jade over the cream brulee now: Although there is still shine, it's…"

Brenda Outram replied Aug 17, 2013 to Glossy glaze coming out Matt

19 Aug 19, 2013
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"Sorry Norm I don't have a pic of the glaze as it was when I saw it, it's new to me b…"

Brenda Outram replied Aug 17, 2013 to Glossy glaze coming out Matt

19 Aug 19, 2013
Reply by Norm Stuart

"Wow what a difference! Here are the recipes that I noticed a biggest change in: Sun…"

Brenda Outram replied Aug 17, 2013 to Glossy glaze coming out Matt

19 Aug 19, 2013
Reply by Norm Stuart

"Thanks Norm This would make sense as I never did a slow cool before the last two fir…"

Brenda Outram replied Aug 17, 2013 to Glossy glaze coming out Matt

19 Aug 19, 2013
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