These are 12 fabulous Amaco raku glazes. These glazes are in one pint containers. The raku pottery glazes are wet: just stir well and apply with a brush on your bisque.
Because of the nature of raku firing and the post firing reduction, results will vary a lot for the Amaco raku glazes. Experiment with different combustibles in your post fire reduction cycle. Newspaper, leaves, and other materials may all impart a different look.
These raku pottery glazes produce dramatic effects when reduced after firing to cone 05 (1911 F). Once they reach temperature turn off the kiln. Let the kiln cool to about 1700 degrees f before you pull the pieces from the kiln with long handled raku tongs.. Always use protective clothing including high temperature gloves, When doing a Raku firing in an electric kiln, be sure the kiln is off before reaching in with tongs!