Does Grolleg whiten a glaze the same as it does a body?


Wednesday 25th July 2012

Yes. The two specimens are both the same Grolleg-based porcelains. Both of them are glazed with the same glaze: 1947U transparent. But the glaze on the left is using EP Kaolin and the one on the right Grolleg kaolin. The Grolleg glaze is dramatically better, the color has a bluish cast that is more attractive. The Grolleg does not suspend the slurry as well, however it responds well to gelling (using vinegar, for example) more than compensating to create an easy-to-use suspension.

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Grolleg Kaolin, G1947U - Cone 10 Glossy Transparent Base Glaze, Porcelain


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