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Designer Liner How To Use: Designer Liner

Clay based and heavily pigmented, use Designer Liner to create fine detail with lines, dots, and letters. The metal writer tip allows for ultimate control to draw ultra-fine or bold lines, typography and intricate illustrations. Best used under non-moving transparent or semi-transparent glazes. Certified AP Non-toxic and Food Safe.
How To Use:

Bottle Prep: Before first using the product you will need to punch a hole in the the tip of the plastic screw cap using the writer tip provided. DO NOT CUT the plastic tip or make the tip opening larger than the thickness of the metal writer tip. The metal writer tip is threaded and will snuggly fit on the tip of the screw cap.

Applying Color: Shake bottle to force color down into the tip. To initiate product flow, squeeze out a little of the product through the writer tip onto a paper towel. Use steady, even pressure to begin your detailing. Apply onto bisque or unfired glaze, and then apply a clear glaze.

Use with a Liner brush for fine outlining or brushstrokes.
Fire to shelf cone 05/06 or up to cone 6. Designer Liner is Food Safe, Non Toxic and Non Hazardous when used under normal conditions.


Post Use: If you anticipate using Designer Liner frequently, you may want to store the bottle tip left on the bottle. Place the metal straight pin (provided) into the metal tip: this will keep the writer tip free from clogging. An alternative storage method is to remove the metal writer tip and reattach the white plastic tip to the screw cap. You will want to soak the writer tip in warm water to remove any traces of the Designer Liner from the nozzle.

In either case it is important to minimize air exposure to Desiner Liner.

Store at room temperature. Keep from freezing.

Tips and Techniques:

  • Designer Liner is clay based. As such, it is the nature to dry quickly, which can promote clogging in the narrow passages of the metal and/or plastic tips.

  • Clear or transparent glazing is necessary for gloss finish. Designer Liner will fire matte when no glaze is applied over.

  • Design work could be distorted when applied on top of glazes that have a tendency to move.

  • Wipe tip periodically on a damp sponge to keep clean.

  • Keep the metal pin to unclog the tip and keep the metal writer tip free from debris.

  • If Designer Liner begins to dry in the bottle, you can add a few drops of water to reconstitute Designer Liner. Stir and test for proper viscosity. Add water sparingly so as not to over-thin Designer Liner.

  • Suggested Uses of Designer Liner: give contrast to a pattern, outline design work, or use as a pen to add letters and numbers. You may also create a more structured design, i.e. a flower or eyes and eyelashes.

  • Place some Designer Liner on a tile and use a Liner Brush for extra fine outlining or detailing.

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