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Pottery Cascade Glaze 118ml – Art Academy Direct
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Pottery Cascade Glaze 118ml

Pottery Cascade Glaze 118ml


Regular price €11.50 Sale

Pottery Cascade™ are moving, flowing glazes, commonly used under or over other glazes to create reactions and movement.

Pottery Cascade™ may be applied randomly or uniformly, brushed or dabbed on with a sponge. White Cascade adds a tinge of color to glazes with which they are used. Cascades are perfect for the low fire designer seeking to create the looks achieved at higher temperatures. Their variability insures that no two designs will be exactly alike.

General Use

Apply 1-2 coats with a brush or sponge, under or over another glaze. You can influence the direction of the flow or create a pattern by how you apply the glazes. Allow to dry thoroughly. Fire to cones 06/05. To prevent the glaze from running off your vertical pieces do not apply Pottery Cascades to the bottom third of the piece. Vertical pieces require more attention to this detail than horizontal pieces.

Helpful Hints: 

  • Avoid applying Pottery Cascade™ on lower third of a piece, as glaze will move.
  • PC-601 Clear Cascade is the most fluid of the Cascade products, requiring care in application.
  • PC-602 White Cascade moves less than Clear Cascade.
  • Pottery Cascade™ are luster compatible.
  • We advise against dipping your brush directly into the jar to avoid contamination, particularly if you are using one brush to layer Pottery Cascades over other glazes.
  • Pottery Cascade™ glazes were designed to mature at a shelf cone 06. Make sure the glaze has dried thoroughly prior to firing. A medium ramp/firing rate is recommended (250F per hour).