The glaze does crawl a bit when applied to the tile, so I decided to use gum arabic as suggested by many here. So I put an even, thin coat of the gum arabic on two tiles and set them in front of a fan to dry. They both felt very dry when I applied a coat of glaze to one of them (Amaco F and LG series glazes). The first coat of glaze reticulated within minutes. The second glaze coat is also reticulating. I went to check on the other tile I put gum arabic on, the one that I haven't glazed yet. The gum arabic is flaking off in sheets! I am puzzled and concerned. These seventh graders are so psyched about this project, but there is something mysterious going wrong with the process here! Help!
Judy Decker <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Did you try glazing without the gum arabic?
Was the coat of gum arabic dry when you applied the glaze? If not - let it
dry completely before applying the glaze. Is it possible the gum arabic was
Wish I could help you out more.
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