Clear Dipping Glaze 3.5 Gallon Pail


Regular Price: $89.75

Special Price $71.80

Clear Dipping Glaze 3.5 Gallon Pail

Finish your Concepts Underglazes projects with a clear, sparkling finish!

Features and Benefits:

  • Nontoxic and dinnerware safe (no lead added)
  • Specially formulated for use with Concepts® Underglazes for Bisque & Majolica
  • Available in 1 and 3.5 gallon dipping formulas

Duncan Envision Glazes are made to give continually beautiful, true-color, surfaces and great brushability for ease of application. The Envision Glazes provide a rainbow of colors and a variety of color types: opaque, semi-opaque, transparent (colored), and clear. Their uses are equally wide, from a clear or transparent finish used over underglaze design work to solid-color coverage. This family of glazes is food safe and nontoxic. Most of the Envision glazes are over glaze compatible. Fire to Cone 06
CN2000D-3.5G Clear Dipping Glaze NEW! Clear Glazes in a convenient size Now available! Three of your favorite dipping glazes are offered in a smaller, more convenient, 3.5 gallon size. Smaller... Safer... Easier for handling!CN2000D Concepts Clear Dipping Glaze and IN1001D Envision Clear Dipping Glaze are now available in 3.5 gallon buckets.
The Envision Glazes provide a very wide range of colors and a variety of color varieties: opaque, semi-opaque, transparent (colored), and clear. How To Use: Apply to clay that is fired to witness cone 04, called bisque. Apply 3 flowing coats unless otherwise stated on jar label. Allow to dry thoroughly between coats. Fire to witness cone 06.Thin with water or Thin 'NShade if needed. Tips: Over Underglazes While transparent (colored) Envision Glazes can be used over underglazes, their color may change the colors of the underglazes. Test fire a small sample to be sure of satisfactory results. Transparent colors are best on detailed pieces.

Warning WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Silica, crystalline (airborne particles of respirable size), which are known to the State of California to cause cancer.  For more information go to