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    Wollastonite

    A source of calcium and magnesium in glaze and clay bodies. Can be used to aid in fast firing of clay bodies. Replaces silica and whiting in some cases. Useful in floor and wall tile bodies.


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    Whiting (Calcium Carbonate)

    The most common source of calcium in glazes. A high temperature flux promoting hardness in glazes. Learn More
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    Volcanic Ash (Pumice)

    Also known as Pumice. Can be used as a feldspar in glazes. Varies greatly in chemical makeup. Used mostly in glazes.
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    VeeGum

    VeeGum is an iron-free glaze hardener and clay body plasticizer. Not actually a “gum.” Add to water and drill mix before adding to clay recipe. Used in glazes as a surface hardener before firing. Learn More
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    Titanium Dioxide (price per pound)

    Titanium Dioxide is a glaze additive known as a 'modifier.' Used to create a mottled effect in the glaze surface similar to rutile. On its own creates a yellowish white color and can be used to produce a matte surface in glazes.
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    Tin Oxide

    Tin Oxide is used in glazes producing a white opaque surface at 5-10%.
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    Tile 6 Kaolin

    A highly plastic, white-burning, domestic kaolin mined by Imerys. Used in plastic clay, jiggering, and casting applications for its workability and color. Also used in glaze recipes for its kaolin and alumina content. Learn More
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    Talc (AMTAL)

    A white burning, talc used in low fire cone 06 - cone 2 whiteware bodies. Yields good green strength and plasticity.
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    Super Standard Kaolin

    A white Cornish Kaolin great for use in translucent porcelain recipes. Designed specifically for casting and pressing bodies. Substitute Super Standard Porcelain for part or all of the kaolin in your porcelain recipe to see the difference. Similar properties to Grolleg English China Clay. Learn More
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    Strontium Carbonate

    Source of Strontium in glazes. Can be used to replace barium in matte glazes. Learn More

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