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Botz Earthenware Brush-on Glazes

BOTZ Flüssigglasur, brush-on glazes for 1020°–1060°C | BOTZ brush-on glazes are available in 200 ml and 800 ml jars, ready to use. They are highly concentrated. 800 ml equals 1.4 to… Read more

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Terracotta

Terracotta

Botz 29481 - In stock
£9.10 (Inc. VAT) £7.58 (Exc. VAT)
Topaz Blue 200ml

Topaz Blue 200ml

Botz 29311 - In stock
£8.75 (Inc. VAT) £7.29 (Exc. VAT)
Topaz Blue 800ml

Topaz Blue 800ml

Botz 29311/1 - In stock
£23.52 (Inc. VAT) £19.60 (Exc. VAT)
Transparent 200ml

Transparent 200ml

Botz 29300 - In stock
£8.75 (Inc. VAT) £7.29 (Exc. VAT)
Transparent 800ml

Transparent 800ml

Botz 29300/1 - In stock
£23.52 (Inc. VAT) £19.60 (Exc. VAT)
Turquoise

Turquoise

Botz 29366 - In stock
£8.75 (Inc. VAT) £7.29 (Exc. VAT)
TurquoiseCrystal 800

TurquoiseCrystal 800

Botz 29565/1 - In stock
£27.66 (Inc. VAT) £23.05 (Exc. VAT)
Vanilla

Vanilla

Botz 29578 - In stock
£10.26 (Inc. VAT) £8.55 (Exc. VAT)
Violet

Violet

Botz 29564 - In stock
£10.26 (Inc. VAT) £8.55 (Exc. VAT)
Watermelon

Watermelon

Botz 29374 - In stock
£8.75 (Inc. VAT) £7.29 (Exc. VAT)

Botz Earthenware Brush-on Glazes

BOTZ Flüssigglasur, brush-on glazes for 1020°–1060°C | BOTZ brush-on glazes are available in 200 ml and 800 ml jars, ready to use. They are highly concentrated. 800 ml equals 1.4 to 1.8 kg mixed powder glaze. Stir the glaze thoroughly and apply the first coat on clean, dust-free biscuit ware with a brush. Every glaze is finely tuned and has its individual consistency. Apply a second coat when the first is dry. Depending on the thickness you might want to apply a third coat. The glaze can soon be handled and you can then move your glazed work to the kiln. For best results however, allow the glaze to dry for a day before handling. The ideal firing temperature for nearly all BOTZ brush-on glazes is about 1050°C. If the temperature is 'soaked' or held for 10–20 minutes, the glazes become smoother and many effects come out more markedly.

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