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Stain (yellow)

Yellows (SnV)

Suitable for all types of bodies for firing in an oxidizing atmosphere at temperatures up to 1350 C.
Produces clean, stable shades with no tendency to bloat the body.

Suitable for all types of glazes for firing in an oxidizing atmosphere at temperatures up to 1350 C. Addition of the stain has no stiffening effect on the glaze.
Either tin oxide or zircon may be used as an opacifier.
Underglaze Color: Suitable for use under all types of glazes for firing in an oxidizing atmosphere at temperatures up to 1350 C. Generally restricted to applications that require colours for firing at 1100 C or above. Although tin-vanadium yellows are often used for blending, lower cost types of yellow are available for use at lower firing temperatures.

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