Brick looks like a brick. It is an opaque, glossy red glaze with brown and black specking that develops to resemble a brick look. This glaze must be fired to witness cone 6 to get the color development. If it is under fired it will turn out brown.
This glaze comes dry and is made for dipping and pouring for cone 6.
- 11-inch hydrometer reading = 1.45
- 6-inch hydrometer reading = 45
- Add 14 ounces of water per dry pound of glaze -This amount of water works for Central New York and the Clayscapes Pottery Studio. You may need to adjust the amount of water you add to your glaze based on your water quality and application process.
- We recommend letting the glaze sit overnight and re-mixing the glaze in the morning.