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I have been trying to find Georgies Clear Satin glaze used on the Cherry Blossom bowls.
It appears as though this may have been discontinued.
Is there another satin clear glaze that can be used?
Thanks for your reply! It appears as though this is not available in Canada. I have checked with my local supplier and that glaze does not come up on their site.
Does anyone have any alternatives that will give the same results?
You may have to just start buying smallest quantity satin clear from other manufacturers. Clayshare website has a simple recipe for Satin Clear (https://www.clayshareresources.com/glaze-recipies/em-satin-clear).
Amaco makes two versions of a satin clear and Spectrum has a version too.
The good thing about clear glazes is that they don't have a lot of odd chemicals in them. You really just want to avoid zinc in the mix and most modern manufacturers have taken out the zinc.
The alternate would be to buy from a US supplier that ships to Canada.
Thank-you for all of your help!