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Stroke and Coat Kit #2 2OZ

Stroke and Coat Kit #2 2OZ

Regular price $ 938.00 MXN
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Contains 12 2 oz. squeeze bottles of the best selling Stroke & Coat® glazes.

Includes:
SC-16 Cotton Tail
SC-24 Dandelion
SC-1 Pink-A-Boo
SC-17 Cheeky Pinky
SC-3 Wine About It
SC-30 Blue Dawn
SC-28 Blue Isle
SC-10 Teal Next Time
SC-8 Just Froggy
SC-20 Cashew Later
SC-25 Crackerjack Brown
SC-15 Tuxedo

More about Stroke and Coat:
Stroke & Coat® is the industry’s most versatile product. It can be applied on wet clay, earthenware bisque or stoneware bisque, fired from cone 06 to cone 10, in oxidation or reduction and used in every decorative way imaginable. Use these glazes to create intricate, detailed designs. Colors can butt up to one another without moving and when used in a majolica process, Stroke & Coat® will not move nor blend with the colors beneath even when using light over dark. Stroke & Coat® colors are intermixable, allowing artists to create custom shades. Thin with water or media to create a wash or watercolor style of design. Because the liquid color is consistent with the fired color, artists will have no trouble visualizing finished results as they create. Stroke & Coat® fires glossy without clear glaze and is opaque with two to three coats. Because of its versatility, Stroke & Coat® is the ideal product of choice for studio, classroom, potter or fine artist.

General Use:
One coat of Mayco Stroke & Coat® will create a translucent finish with subsequent coats adding opacity. We suggest 2-3 coats for full opacity and all over coverage. Let dry between coats. Stroke & Coat® glazes will fire to a gloss finish without clear glaze. However, if desired, a clear glaze (such as NT-CLR Clear One Dipping Glaze or S-2101 Crystal Clear Brushing) can be added. For application on wet or leatherhard clay and firing to cone 04, colors will retain their vibrancy with huge time savings. We recommend leaving an area unglazed, such as the back or bottom of the unfired piece, to allow for out-gassing of the clay during the single-firing process.

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