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Amaco Underglaze Chalk Crayons

Amaco Underglaze Chalk Crayons

(Created with AMACO Underglaze Chalk Crayons. Image courtesy of Amaco)

From intense hues to pastel tones, Amaco Underglaze Chalk Crayons can be used as is, sharpened for fine detail or dissolved in water for painting or spraying.

Certified AP - Lead Free - Dinnerware Safe*

The Art & Creative Materials
Institute AP (Approved Product) seal
certifies this product to be safe for
use by all ages.

*If left unglazed, AMACO® Underglaze Chalk Crayons should not be used on surfaces which come in contact with food or drink. AMACO® Underglaze Chalk Crayons have only been tested and approved as dinnerware safe when applied and fired under AMACO® LG-10 Clear Glaze.

Chalk Crayons can be used like pastels on bisque pottery, which results in a pebbled appearance. Colors may be blended or smoothed by rubbing with the fingers or a swab of cotton on a toothpick. Water color effects are obtained by brushing sketches with water. For fine lines, the chalk crayons can be sharpened. Small pieces of chalk crayon may be dissolved in water for painting or spraying.

Clear Transparent AMACO® Glazes LG-10 and HF-10 are recommended as a covering glaze. Sponge on first coat of clear glaze lightly in order not to smear design. Let dry and brush on additional coats of clear transparent AMACO® glaze. This precaution is unnecessary if the glaze is to be applied by dipping or pouring. Pieces are fired to the maturing temperature of the covering glaze. When spray application of a covering glaze is desired, first refer to individual listing to be sure that it may be sprayed safely.

NOTE: The maximum firing temperature is Cone 10 for the following: Gray, and Medium Blue. The maximum firing temperature is Cone 5 for the following: Dark Brown, Blue-Green, Light Brown, Medium Green, and Yellow-Green. The maximum firing temperature is Cone 05 for the following: Lilac.

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