I have a couple of questions concerning enamels and enameling.
First off, today I bought a 30 year enameling set up from a
friend. There were lots and lots of bottles of power and chunky
enamels. Could these still be good? What do I look for to tell if
they are not when I fire them? Secondly, I see in the Alpha supply
catalog where they are advertising stuff called Ceremit, “low temp.
hard curing enamel which require only 200 degree F. for one hour,
and the results is a ceramic like surface, which resembles a kiln
fired enamels in both appearance and physical properties.” Has
anyone had any experience with this stuff? What do you think?
wasting my hard, hard earned you know what? I would appreciate any
input. Sally is the springlike Bluegrass