Stoneware Glaze 1387 Turquoiseblue, Matt 100 g
A pleasant, turquoise matt glaze. Clay type and layer thickness have a great influence on the result. A thin layer gives a lighter green colour, while thicker layers can switch between blue and turquoise green. 1387 "steams" a lot and often gives a beautiful, warm brown colour that follows the glaze edge in the transition between glaze and shard. Not suitable for strongly ferrous/brown clays.
|Rec. temperature||:||1220-1250 °C|
|Specific gravity ||:||50°|
The glaze powder is mixed with water, for good mixing results we recommend glaze stirrers . Measure approx. 8 dl water per kg glaze powder and slowly pour the powder into the water while stirring. Adjust glaze powder and amount of water using a hydrometer . If the glaze has not been used for some time, the specific gravity should be checked before use.
We recommend that transparent and single-colored glazes should be sieved through a sieve with a mesh density of 60 mesh , however, sieving of effect glazes should be avoided.
The glaze can settle, to avoid this adjusting agent ABM-3  can be added.