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Concepts Underglazes for Bisque and Majolica
Concepts Underglazes have a versatile formula that allows
These underglazes offer a multitude of vibrant fired ceramic colors in a balanced palette
of compatible hues of light, bright and dark colors, making color selection easy-
for translucent designs with one coat and solid coverage with three.
They’re also nontoxic and food-safe with the application of three solid coats or
when food-safe clear glaze is applied over them.
How to use Concepts Underglazes
1. Always damp - sponge ware lightly before applying glaze.
2. Apply to shelf cone 04 bisque.
3. Fire to shelf cone 06.
4. Clean up with water.
5. For clear glaze application, brush-on or dip clear glaze over Concepts
6. Let dry between coats.
7. Stilt and fire to shelf cone 06.
8. Water cleanup
- Concepts work beautifully with other Duncan products, including
.... French Dimensions, Satin Glazes, Crystals Glazes and Courtyard Art Glazes.
- 1. For Majolica, apply Concepts designs over 3 coats of SN 352 White Satin.
- 2. For quick and easy solid coverage, try the drop 'n fill technique.
...... Generously load a #6 or #8 round brush with Concepts
...... and drop color onto desired area. Let dry.
- 3. Concepts colors mix and blend easily.
...... Be creative and mix your own blend using two or more Concept colors.
- 4. Concepts works well up to cone 5-6.
...... For high fire applications, we recommend firing a test piece because high fire clays vary.
Always refer to label instructions for proper application and usage.
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