Key to symbolsgloss recommended for tableware appropriate for Raku firing temperature 1100 °C semi-transparent tends to run tends to crack matt firing temperature 1050 °C satin gloss tends to run a lot firing temperature 1040 °C Series Price series
Botz Classic Liquid Glazes have a rustic character and are very productive: 800ml corresponds to approx. 1.4 kg of stirred powder glaze.
These Botz Classic Liquid Glazes tend to run but this gives amazing and surprising effects - use in combination with other glazes, using the Botz Classic Liquid Glaze as a top coat. If the glaze has been open for a while and dries just add a little water and stir vigorously. Tip: apply Botz Classic Liquid Glazes in very thin coats.
For almost all Botz Classic Liquid Glazes the ideal firing temperature is 1050° C. They are lead free and contain no hazardous substances in quantities that would require specialist labelling. Stir well before use and apply with a bristle brush on dust and grease-free surfaces in very thin coats, allowing each coat to dry before applying the next. Allow the glaze to dry thoroughly before firing, ideally for a day. Botz Classic Liquid Glazes can be diluted with up to 25% water if required.
Botz Classic Liquid Glazes are available in various colours in 200ml and 500ml tubs.
Please note: the following colours are NOT suitable for items of crockery or china that will be used for eating or drinking:
Summer blue (350), Champagne (526)
Price per tub.