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Coyote Texas Two Step Glaze

Oil spot glazes at cone 10 provide some of the most striking and unique finishes in ceramics. Now, Coyote Texas Two Step glazes provide the same sought-after effect at cone 6, in a breathtaking variety of color combinations. These food safe glazes work as a two part system, with the top coat pulling away to reveal brilliant spots of the glaze beneath. There are currently three Step One Undercoats (MBG140-142) and five Step Two Overcoats (MBG150-154) available.

To use the Texas Two Step glazes, simply apply a Step One Undercoat to bisque ware (two or three coats brushing, one coat dipped) and wait for it to dry completely. Then, cover all or part of the first color with a Step Two Overcoat. When the piece is fired to cone 6 in an electric kiln, the glazes will interact, creating a phenomenal oil spot effect. Varying the thickness of the glazes during application will have a dramatic effect on the finished piece, as the thicker the glazes get, the larger the spots they create will be. We found the optimum thickness to be two coats of the Step One Undercoat and three coats of Step Two Overcoat, but you may prefer thicker or thinner applications for different effects. Try experimenting!

You will need at least one Step One Undercoat and one Step Two Overcoat, used together, to get the oil spot effects.


MBG-140 Licorice

Coyote Texas Two Step Glaze MBG-140 Licorice
MBG-141 Coffee Bean

Coyote Texas Two Step Glaze MBG-141 Coffee Bean
MBG-142 Brick Red

Coyote Texas Two Step Glaze MBG-142 Brick Red
MBG-150 Blue Moon

Coyote Texas Two Step Glaze MBG-150 Blue Moon

MBG-151 Birch

Coyote Texas Two Step Glaze MBG-151 Birch

MBG-152 Texas Rose

Coyote Texas Two Step Glaze MBG-152 Texas Rose

MBG-153 Marshmallow

Coyote Texas Two Step Glaze MBG-153 Marshmallow

MBG-154 Sea Mist

Coyote Texas Two Step Glaze MBG-154 Sea Mist


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