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Titanium Dioxide Tio2, 1 Lb.

Titanium Dioxide Tio2, 1 Lb.

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Titanium Dioxide is used in pottery:

  1. Opacifier: One of the primary uses of Titanium Dioxide in pottery is as an opacifier. When added to glazes, it reduces the transparency of the glaze and makes it more opaque. This is especially useful when potters want to achieve a solid, white or pastel-colored appearance on their ceramic pieces.

  2. Whiteness: Titanium Dioxide is an excellent whitening agent. When used in glazes or clay bodies, it brightens the final product, creating a clean and brilliant white color.

  3. Masking Underglazes: Titanium Dioxide can be used in underglazes to create a white base on the pottery surface. This acts as a canvas on which potters can apply colored glazes or ceramic paints to create intricate designs and patterns.

  4. Blending Colors: Titanium Dioxide can be used to modify the colors of other pigments in glazes. When mixed with other ceramic pigments, it can lighten or soften the resulting color, giving potters more control over their glaze palette.

  5. Stain Control: In certain cases, especially when working with colored clay bodies, Titanium Dioxide can help reduce the effect of "staining" from iron or other metal oxides, preventing colors from bleeding through the glaze.

  6. Firing Stability: Titanium Dioxide is stable during high-temperature firings, making it suitable for a wide range of pottery firing temperatures.

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