Botz Unidekor can be used for nearly every ceramic decorating technique.
Stoneware: Most Botz Unidekor colours develop a vibrant intensity even above 1220 degrees C. Only 4003, 4005 and 4015 fade above 1100 degrees. Apply thicker coats and glaze with Transparent (9870).
Porcelain: Apply plenty of colour and fire to a minimum 1200 degrees C or apply a thin coat of 9106 and fire at 1080.
Onglaze: Bought earthenware plates or tiles can be decorated with Botz Unidekor and fired at 1050.
Majolica: Apply Unidekor to dry glaze surface using a decoration brush.
Underglaze: Unidekor is ideal for decoration of bisque fired unglazed ware or tiles. Apply the slightly diluted colours like watercolour. You could even create a few colour highlights on top. When dry, apply a thin layer of Transparent (9102) with a soft brush and fire at 1050.
Sponging: Soaking a sponge in Unidekor and dabbing onto the surface works well, or spray undiluted using an airbrush with a medium nozzle.
Relief: Unidekor is a safe substitute for oxide decoration on relief, which can be hazardous to health. Apply and then wipe the surface.
Stencilling: Choose a thin stencil and stipple the colour into the gaps two or three times. Lift the stencil once the colour has dried, and glaze carefully with transparent using a soft brush.