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Duncan/Mayco OG803 Mother-Of-Pearl 1/2 oz ^020

Regular Price: $8.00

Sale Price $6.40 Each

OG803 Mother-Of-Pearl 

Now made by Mayco as Duncan is no longer in business.

 1/2 oz. fire to Cone 020

Translucent overglaze with a lustrous iridescence. Its appearance is determined by the glaze that the luster is applied over (on a gloss glaze, the metallic will be shiny; on a matte glaze, the metallic will be dull).

1. Apply an overglaze compatible glaze to  bisque.
2. Fire to cone Glaze temp for that glaze.
3. Do not stir or shake overglaze.
4. Place a small amount of overglaze on a glazed palette:
a. For a swirled look, swirl on one coat, overlapping strokes.
b. For a smooth look, brush on all strokes in the same direction.
5. Correct application should produce a light tint.
6. Fire to Cone 020  638 C.  1180 F.

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OG803 Mother-Of-Pearl 1/2 oz ^020

 Mother-of-Pearl  PROBLEMS CAUSES SOLUTIONS

Turns brown in one area, Fired too close to open kiln peephole.  Refire to wittness cone 020, being sure to stilt piece and place it away from peephole.

Powders off Applied too heavily. Rub off with soft cloth, reapply 1 light coat of MOP, refire cone 020.

Frosted look Fired too hot. Fire off at a witness cone 06. Reapply new coat of luster. Fire no hotter than witness cone 020.

Metallic sheen rubs off easily, Too cool a firing. Apply more metallic and fire to witness cone 019.

Purple or blue shadows or smudges, Contamination in the luster. Fire luster to witness cone 06 to remove, then reapply and refire. (Be sure brushes are clean.)

Now made by Mayco as Duncan is no longer in business.

brand Duncan/Mayco
Product.gtin12 097539018002

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Warning WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Silica, crystalline (airborne particles of respirable size), which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go towww.P65Warnings.ca.gov.