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Glaze Thinning

Duncan

Technique Description: Glazes can thicken over time. Fortunately glazes can be thinned with water or AS 957 Thin 'n Shade.

Step 1: Pour water into glaze
Glazes can thicken over time. This is normal. Glazes can then be thinned with water. Just pour in water until you reach the required consistency.
Pour water into glaze
Step 2: Stir in water
Thoroughly mix water into the glaze.
Stir in water
Step 3: Apply glaze
Brush on glaze as recommended.
Apply glaze
Step 4: Add Thin 'n Shade into glaze

Glazes can also be thinned with AS 957 Thin 'n Shade.

Thin 'n Shade is a nontoxic water-based medium that can be mixed with any Duncan water-based ceramic color, fired or non-fired. It is an excellent problem-solver in areas where the water system contains contaminants that can affect ceramic color results. Thin 'n Shade prolongs the drying time of colors so they remain workable for a longer period.

Add Thin 'n Shade into glaze
Step 5: Mix
Mix Thin 'n Shade with any water-based ceramic color to the consistency required for the specific decorating technique.
Mix
Step 6: Apply glaze
Brush on glaze as recommended.
Apply glaze
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