BOTZ Glimmer for the 900°–1060°C firing range New generation brush-on glazes offering even more design options - for sealing of vessels - as sinter engobe - for brilliant decorative effects - easy handling Stir the glimmer glaze thoroughly and apply the first coat on the biscuit ware with a brush (e.g. BOTZ 9005).Ideally, biscuit fire at more than 1000°C in order to avoid bubbles in the glaze.When the glaze is dry, apply another coat and if necessary a third (depending on how thick the individual coats are).After the glaze has dried completely, the special glimmer effect is reached by wiping the surface with a slightly damp cloth. This brings out the glimmer. Ideally, move the cloth in circles exerting slight pressure.It can be fired at 900° to 1060°C. The glimmer effect is especially beautiful at 900°C. The colours of most glazes, however, are at their most intense at 1040°C. Particularly brilliant colours are achieved by overglazing using Transparent (e.g. BOTZ 9106).Dependent on the weight of the object, it can be glazed all over and fired without using stilts.