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Mayco Stoneware Engobes

NEW FOR SPRING 2024 Engobes are a great option for those who want the look of other clay bodies but don’t want to add another clay to their studio because of contamination or messy clean-up. Wi… Read more

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Mayco Engobes: Black  473ml

Mayco Engobes: Black 473ml

Mayco Colors EG-005 - In Stock
£16.52 (Inc. VAT) £13.77 (Exc. VAT)
Mayco Engobes: Brick Red  473ml

Mayco Engobes: Brick Red 473ml

Mayco Colors EG-003 - In Stock
£16.52 (Inc. VAT) £13.77 (Exc. VAT)
Mayco Engobes: Dark Brown  473ml

Mayco Engobes: Dark Brown 473ml

Mayco Colors EG-004 - In Stock
£16.52 (Inc. VAT) £13.77 (Exc. VAT)
Mayco Engobes: Speckled Buff  473ml

Mayco Engobes: Speckled Buff 473ml

Mayco Colors EG-002 - In Stock
£16.52 (Inc. VAT) £13.77 (Exc. VAT)
Mayco Engobes: White  473ml

Mayco Engobes: White 473ml

Mayco Colors EG-001 - In Stock
£16.52 (Inc. VAT) £13.77 (Exc. VAT)

Mayco Stoneware Engobes

NEW FOR SPRING 2024

Engobes are a great option for those who want the look of other clay bodies but don’t want to add another clay to their studio because of contamination or messy clean-up. With only two coats, Engobe can transform a red clay body into white or a white clay body into black, allowing you to have the look of a different clay body every day of the week! Apply to wet clay, greenware or bisque, and fire from cones 5-10.

Engobes are a hybrid of slip, glaze and underglaze, used to coat your clay body to your preferred finish/color and are often used for a variety of decorative techniques.


GENERAL USE
Stir well. Using a soft fan brush, apply 2-3 coats to wet clay, greenware or soft fired, cone 04 bisque (1940°F/1060°C). Allow the glaze to dry between each coat. If desired, apply 2-3 coats of another glaze overtop. Fire to preferred temperature; cone 5-10 (2167°F-2345°F / 1186°C-1285°C).

The Engobes will not stick to kiln shelves when 2 coats are applied, heavier application may cause the glaze to flux. Results can vary based on the kiln wash you have applied to your shelves. Testing is recommended.


 

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