FN-004 Red (4oz)

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FN-004 Red (4oz)

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FN-004 Red (4oz)



Foundations glazes are available in a broad assortment of colors, opacities and textures.  They easily serve as the basic "foundation" glaze for any ceramic studio - be that in a school, home or retail studio. Stock numbers that contain the prefix “FN-0XX” are opaque glazes, those with the prefix “FN-2XX” are Sheer (transparent and semi transparent glazes), while those that have the prefix “FN-3XX are Matte glaze.

Product Features and Attributes

  • Non-toxic, non-hazardous and food safe
  • Self Leveling Formula - glaze glides smoothly on bisque; no brush strokes will appear in the fired finish
  • Steadfast Application - Foundations will not dissolve or "pick up" previous coats of glaze
  • Stable, Non Moving Base - perfect for decorating upon, as with Majolica techniques
  • Intermixable - new shades can be created by mixing Foundation glazes with each other
  • Dries Quickly - speeds up your ability to handle or perform additional decorating
  • High Gloss Finish - does not need to be clear glazed

Application Recommendations:

The following application recommendations are based upon the original product development intent and use for the product.
Information on alternative application methods is listed in the section "Usage Variations and FAQ's".

Shake for 5-6 seconds before use. Dispense glaze onto a palette (tile, plate, etc.) and apply with your brush or decorating accessory of choice (sponge, stamp, etc.).

Foundations Opaque glazes were designed to mature at a shelf cone 06 (999° C).  When applying Foundations over a large surface area we recommend a broad, soft brush, such as a CB-604 #4 Soft Fan Brush. Try to get the brush fully saturated (loaded) and apply each coat in the same direction.

Make sure the glaze has dried thoroughly prior to firing. A medium ramp/firing rate is recommended (250°F per hour).

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