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Ravenscrag Cone 6 Oatmeal Matte

Code: GR6-H
Modification Date: 2016-09-30 22:41:11
Member of Group: RV6

Plainsman Cone 6 Ravenscrag Slip glaze. See more at

Ravenscrag Slip60.054.9%
Calcined Alumina10.09.1%
Ferro Frit 313420.018.3%
Manganese Dioxide4.03.7%
Illmenite Granular0.30.3%

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Note: For use as a straight glaze We are recommending GA6-F Alberta Slip oatmeal glaze instead, it looks better and has a better melt. Alberta Slip is already a stained material, so less colorants are needed to make darker colored glazes. Go the

However as a second layer over other more fluid melt glazes this can work well. Be sure not to put it on too thick.

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By Tony Hansen

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