Yes, If you are interested please send an email to email@example.com that includes your name, contact info, glaze recipe, and picture(s) of your fired glaze and we will test, review and possibly add to our recipes.
Step by step instructions:
Since glaze materials are not soluble in water, all glazes have a tendency to settle. Every glaze must contain either ingredients or additives to reduce this problem.
For glazes that contain at least 15% clay (such as kaolin or ball clay) the addition of about 2% bentonite is usually sufficient. Be sure you mix the bentonite into the other dry ingredients before you add the glaze batch to water. Some potters use a product called Veegum Cer, added to the water.
For glazes with lower proportions of clay, other techniques are necessary. Potters can add 1 – 2% Epsom salts as a flocculant; others use products such as Flocs (in much smaller amounts); still others use muriatic acid (with care, of course).
Each potter must solve the problem of glaze settling in a way that is effective for each particular glaze. Failure to do so will result in a cement-like precipitate at the bottom of the glaze bucket.
1000grams approx ½ gallon wet
5000grams approx 2.5 gallons wet
10,000 grams approx 5 gallons wet
Your glaze will delivered in flat rate shipping boxes from USPS. Inside will be the bagged up materials from the mix you’ve ordered.