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Use

Pehatine 209 has excellent shelf life properties and is safe and ready to use for:

Versatile application

Pehatine 209 can be used on greenware and bisque alike.
It is suitable for all temperatures – earthenware, stoneware and porcelain.

Working with Pehatine 209 is simple.

Recommendation. Mix one part Pehatine and two parts water. Add the mix to the glaze powder while stirring. The Pehatine mix can be applied to earthenware, clay or porcelain with a fine or broad brush.


Basic recipe

1 kg powder + 0.5 l Pehatine + 1 l water = result

Mixing Pehatine for other recipes:
0.5 l Pehatine + 1 l water (= Pehatine preparation)


Brush glaze

Ratio of glaze to Pehatine preparation is 1:1
Pehatine preparation is 1 part Pehatine and 2 parts water.

Glaze
Add Pehatine preparation
Stir and sieve
Brush glaze

Color pigment/oxides

Ratio with Pehatine preparation 1:1
Can be further diluted with water if desired.


Ceramic paint

Ratio in parts: 2 glaze, 1 pigment, 5 Pehatine preparation.
Pehatine preparation is 1 part Pehatine and 2 parts water.


Colored slip, consisting of kaolin, pigment/oxide

Ratio with Pehatine preparation 1:1
Can be further diluted with water if desired.


Colored clay

Ratio in parts: 2 pigment, 3 kaolin, 2 powder clay half vet, 2 glaze, a pinch of talc and bentonite, 2 Pehatine preparation.
Pehatine preparation is 1 part Pehatine and 2 parts water.

A small ball in (100 grams) clay, knead into a homogeneous mass, colored clay.


Dried glaze

Add Pehatine preparation.
Pehatine preparation is 1 part Pehatine and 2 parts water.


Mounting slip

Clay with Pehatine, stir and assemble. Strong and adhesive.


Powder mixed with Pehatine versus powder mixed with just water.
Sedimentation difference of mixed powder after 2 hours.


Pehatine 209 contains 0.05 % preventol. This is a preservative used by all European glaze manufacturers in countless ready to use glazes. Amended European directives mean that we are required as per 1 July 2017 to add this symbol. (it may cause skin sensitization) ((no known cases))

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