Fluxes, Colorants and Misc.

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  1. Barium Carbonate

    Barium Carbonate

    Main source of barium oxide in glazes. Used as a flux producing a matte finish. Also used to neutralize salts in clay bodies. Learn More
  2. Bentonite

    Bentonite

    Betonite is typically used as either a suspension agent in glazes and plasticizer in clay bodies. Learn More
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    Bentonite Volclay HPM-20

    Betonite is typically used as either a suspension agent in glazes and plasticizer in clay bodies. HPM-20 is a highly refined white burning bentonite. Learn More
  4. Bone Ash, Tri-Calcium Phosphate

    Bone Ash

    Natural bone ash (tri-calcuim phosphate) is typically used as a flux in glazes. Also used in Bone China clay recipes in place of feldspars. Learn More
  5. Borax

    Borax

    A source of boric oxide in glazes. Used primarily to lower the fusion point of glazes and smooth melting. Learn More
  6. Chrome Oxide

    Chrome Oxide

    Glaze colorant producing a dark army green color in very small amounts ~2%. A very refractory colorant which creates a flat opaque color. Learn More
  7. CMC Gum Carboxy Methylcelulose

    CMC Gum

    CMC Gum Carboxy Methyl Celulose. Synthetic organic plant derivative. Learn More
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    Cobalt Carbonate

    A very fine grained glaze colorant nearly always producing a blue color except at very high amounts where it becomes almost black. Learn More
  9. Cobalt Oxide Black

    Cobalt Oxide (Black)

    A metalic coloring oxide producing blue in most recipes unless used in very high amounts where it turns black. Also useful as clay and slip colorants. Learn More
  10. Copper Carbonate

    Copper Carbonate

    A metalic glaze colorant which makes green to blue-green at higher amounts and copper red in reduciton in smaller quanitites .25% or less. Learn More

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