Speckled Cafe Colors

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■ Glossy intense non toxic speckled colors for use on earthenware bisque that may be glaze dipped
■ May be used with both standard and gloss Cafe Colors
■ Firing range is cone 06 (999°C) to cone 04 (1,060°C)
■ 1 to 3 coats application to earthenware bisque
■ All colors are fully intermixable
■ Available in 60 ml, 250 ml & 500 ml sizes
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SPECKLED CAFE COLORS

 

USAGE

Chrysanthos Speckled Café Colors are for decoration on bisqueware that may be dipped in Clear Superior Glaze or Clear Hobby Glaze. The colors can be used in conjunction with the Cafe Colors however if they are to be left undipped, they should be used with the gloss version of the cafe colors depending on the result required.

The colors in the range match up with the Cafe Colors of the same name. To distinguish them from the cafe colos, the code has been prefixed with “SC” followed by the number and the name has been prefixed with a “☆”.

 

APPLICATION

Speckled Café Colors are applied with an appropriate sized soft-bristled brush for detailed work. If a larger area is being covered, a generous sized brush will minimise streakiness and allow a most even application. Speckled Café Colors are also suitable for sponging and stippling.

Speckled Café Colors in a single coat application are essentially transparent; however opacity may be achieved by the application of 2 or 3 generous coats, in a cross-hatch manner.

Spekled Café Colors are designed for use directly from the bottle, although they may be sponged. Clean water may be added to achieve alternate finishes.

 

PHYSICAL DATA

Speckled Café Colors may be intermixed to achieve new colors.

Speckled Café Colors are specifically formulated for application onto earthenware clay that has been bisque fired to between cone 04 (1,060°C) and cone 03 (1,101°C), then gloss fired to between cone 06 (999°C) and cone 04 (1,060°C).

Chrysanthos Speckled Café Colors have a broad recommended firing range between cone 06 (999°C ) and cone 04 (1,060°C).