What to Avoid with Transparent Cracking Glaze

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Milkiness in dried Transparent Cracking Glaze caused by applying with a water dampened brush
  • Do not thin, force dry or apply multiple applications of Transparent Cracking Glaze.
  • Do not apply over flat sheen or very absorbent surfaces, cupping will occur to individual "platelets" and may cause loss of adhesion.
  • Milkiness may occur depending on the thickness of the application. It can disappear once overglazed. Tinting the material will also hide the milkiness of a thicker application.
  • Apply an even coat that appears opaque white while wet. If the application is too thin,(the wet application is less than an opaque white), the crackle effect will be minimal and may not be visible once dried.
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