Stroke & Coat is the premier
product to use in the "1-2-3 Step" method of decorating
bisque. The variety of colors is not limited to the palette given, as
all are intermixable to obtain intermediate shades. When applied
heavily, the color will retain some dimensional qualities that give the
decorator a useful tool in a variety of techniques. They can be applied
over any non-moving glaze, underglaze or Astro Gem™ surface. When
thinned Stroke & Coat is applied on top of a Series 2000 Matte
surface in a brushstroke design or watercolor technique, Stroke &
Coat takes on the underlying matte characteristic of the glaze. Two or
three coats on top of a Series 2000 Matte will give a shinier surface.
- Apply to properly fired shelf cone 04
- Apply one coat for a translucent look.
- Apply three coats for solid opaque
- All are intermixable.
- True color out of the jar makes design
- Use a soft glaze brush for ease of
- Apply smooth and even coats for solid
coverage. Dimensional or embossed effects can be achieved when
- Glaze with any clear glaze.
- Fire to shelf cone 06. Can be fired up
to cone 6.
- Dinnerware safe when used with a
dinnerware approved clear glaze.
- All luster compatible.
- SC-69 and SC-70 are more translucent
than the others. These may take 4 coats for opaque coverage.
- IMPORTANT: SC-13 and SC-33 should have
either C-101, C-105, C-109 or SC-209 glazes applied over them to
produce the brightest and clearest color. Some non-toxic clear
glazes can turn the color milky.
Stroke & Coat colors range from
vibrant brights to pastel shades and Speckled Stroke & Coats provide
a variety of speckled colors for today's decorating needs. They can be
used in a variety of techniques like antiquing, banding, brushstroke
work, dimensional accents, glaze butting, Majolica, marbleizing,
spattering, sponging, stenciling and watercolor applications. A top coat
of a clear glaze or a S-2000 transparent glaze should be applied to the
dried color when not applied over an unfired glaze, as in a Majolica
technique. Stroke & Coats are resistant to streaking or bleeding of
the colors when the top coat of glaze is applied to the dry color,
whether its dipped, sponged or brushed onto the surface. There is no
running or bleeding of these glazes during firing.