FireBox 8 x 8 x 6 2230F 115V

Regular Price: $790.00


The Perfect Starter Kiln

Fire Ceramics, Glass, Metal Clay...this kiln does it all with easy to use preset programs. It plugs into standard household voltage, has a UL safety listing, and comes standard with a shelf kit, instructional DVD and kiln wash. What more could you want?   FireBox 8 x 8 x 6 2230F 115V.

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Underglazes are for designing a ceramic piece with many colors.

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  • Concepts

    Concepts Underglaze for bisque

    The first coat is translucent. The second is semi-opaque. The third is opaque. Normal use is to apply 1-3 coats on bisque, let dry and cover with two coats of your favorite clear glaze. 

    Use them as  Majolica paints on top of unfired non-moving opaque white or light colored glaze. No need to clear glaze as Concepts are shiny when fired. Try using them on tile, at cone 6 (on appropriate clay), in a spray bottle, these paints are versatile.

  • Cover-Coat Opaque Underglazes

    Sun plate by Jerry Frutchey.

    For solid color, 3-coat coverage on greenware.

    If you love layers, coat your pieces with Cover-Coat® Opaque Underglazes! Applied directly to greenware, soft-fired bisque or bisque, these underglazes provide solid coverage over even the darkest colors, and are perfect for airbrushing and brushwork. Cover-Coats® fire to an opaque, porous matte finish and are safe for food when a Duncan food-safe clear glaze is applied over them. For custom colors, tint them with other Cover-Coat® Underglazes or E-Z Stroke™ Translucent Underglazes.
    Check label for use on bisque if they are older bottles.

    Colors shine with polishing technique. apply three coats allowing them to dry in-between coats.  (burnishing) Fire no hotter than cone 06 (08 best) or the shine fades.

  • E-Z Stroke Translucent Underglazes

    E-Z Stroke Translucent Underglazes

    for Greenware Or Bisque

    EZ Strokes have become popular for their versatility. Their translucent quality makes them suitable for use with a number of decorating techniques including airbrushing, antiquing and brushstrokes. One stroke is all you need for most design work. One or two additional strokes may be added for depth and shading while the color is still wet. if additional coats are applied after the color has dried, the heavy build up may cause popping off, bleeding and bubbling.

    30 EZ Stroke colors can be applied directly to bisque, check the label for details. EZ Strokes may be applied over most and underglazes, including Cover- Coats and other EZ Stroke colors, allowing the base color to show through. They may also be used to change clay slip, most glazes, fired snow and other EZ Stroke colors.


    • One coat for translucent designs
    • Additional coats for depth and shading
    • Apply to greenware or unfired glaze or bisque if labels so indicates
    • Fire to shelf cone 04 (most colors can be safely fired to cone 6 except the pinks and purples)
    • Many colors also come in pint size