The new generation of brush on glazes for the firing range 900°C - 1060°C. Stir the glimmer-glaze thoroughly and apply the first coat on the biscuit ware with a brush. Ideally, biscuit fire higher than 1000°C in order to avoid bubbles in the glaze. When the glaze is dry, apply another coat and if necessary a third (depending on how thick the individual coats are). After the glaze has dried completely, the special glimmer effect is reached by wiping the surface with a slightly damp cloth. This brings out the glimmer. Ideally, you should move the cloth in circles exerting only slight pressure. You can fire at 900°C - 1060°C. The glimmer effect is especially beautiful at 900°C. However, the colours of most glazes are at their most intense at 1040°C. You can create beautiful vibrant shiny colours by glazing over with Transparent.
Glimmer Glazes can be mixed. Achieve beautiful pastel tones by using White Glimmer 9131.
Glimmer glazes, when glazed all over, seal well but are not suited for crockery and drinking vessels due to their rough surface.
If the object is not too heavy, you can glaze your piece of pottery all over and fire it without using stilts.