SA-002 Black Accent – 2oz. Jar

Quick Overview

Raised accent colors for decorating greenware or bisque. Accents give a "Puffy Paint" appearance to the fired piece.

Be the first to review this product

Availability: Stock Item - Usually Ships In 1 Day

  • OR

    SA-002 Black Accent – 2oz. Jar

    Double click on above image to view full picture

    Zoom Out
    Zoom In

    Product Description

    Stroke & Coat Accents is a dimensional glaze that can be used to create raised designs, outlines, stripes, dots, lines and squiggles. It can be applied directly on clay, unpainted bisque, or over other glazes.  Clear glaze may be applied if desired. Unlike most other dimensional glazes, which tend to flatten out during firing, Accents fired results will remain clean and crisp.

    Product Features and Attributes

    Stroke & Coat Accent's formula contains more clay than regular gloss glazes.  The clay provides support during application and firing, allowing for raised areas as high as ¼".

    Surface - can be applied to greenware, earthenware bisque or on top of a glaze.
    Gloss Finish - Accents will produce a gloss finish without the need of a clear glaze.
    Tintable - White Accents can be tinted to create new colors
    Non-Toxic, Food Safe

    Application Recommendations:

    The following application recommendations are based upon the original product development intent and use for the product.

    Information on alternative application methods is listed in the section "Usage Variations and FAQ's Below".

    First Use & Bottle Prep: Before first using the product you will need to punch a hole in tip of the plastic screw cap using the writer tip provided. DO NOT CUT the plastic tip or make the tip opening larger than the thickness of the writer tip. The metal writer tip is threaded; twist the metal tip onto the plastic nozzle until it fits snuggly on the plastic tip.

    Applying Color: Shake bottle to force color down into the tip. To initiate product flow, squeeze out a little glaze through the writer tip onto a paper towel. Use steady, even pressure to begin your detailing.

    Fire to shelf cone 06 (999°C). Accents are Food Safe, Non Toxic and Non Hazardous when used under normal conditions.

    Note: Accents may be fired to cone 6 on unglazed porcelain or stoneware bisque.  Aways test first before using on a major project.  Accent will level a bit more at higher temperatures.

    Post Use & Storage: If you anticipate using Accents frequently, you may want to store the bottle with the metal tip left on the bottle. Place the metal straight pin (provided) into the metal writer tip; this will help keep the writer tip free from clogging. An alternative storage method is to remove the metal writer tip and reattach the white plastic tip to the screw cap. You’ll want to soak the metal writer tip in warm water to remove any traces of Accents from the nozzle. In either case it is important to minimize air exposure to Accents.
    Periodically remove the metal tip and swipe the plastic tip completely clean.  Little dried particles can cause clogging in the metal tip or fall onto your work. Store at room temperature. Keep from freezing.


    Q: What are some of the ways Accents are used?

    A: A few suggestions for use are:
    Give contrast to a pattern, outline design work
    Use as a pen to add letters and numbers
    Create textural design on bisque or greenware.
    Create structured designs using Accents to outline sections of your design
    Black Accent is great for creating faux Mosaic and Cuerda Seca designs

    Q: Why do Accents seem to get thicker in short period of time?
    A: Because Accents contain more clay than other glazes they will be prone to drying more quickly.  Even the small amount of air exposure at the nozzle's tip can lead to advanced drying and clogging of the metal/plastic tips of the detailer bottle. If Accents begins to dry in the bottle you can add AC-304 Media or a few drops of water to reconstitute Accents. Stir and test for proper viscosity. Add water or media sparingly so as not to thin Accents too much.

    Q: What are some tips for creating dimensional effects with Accents?
    A: You can increase the height of your detail work – to ¼” – by layering Accents. Apply a layer with the detailer bottle and let dry until a skin begins to form. Apply second and third layers the same as you did for the first.  Our testing has consistently provided ¼” details; you may achieve greater heights in your work.
    For thicker lines and details remove the metal tip and dispense Accents directly through plastic tip. You may sacrifice precision and clarity of detail using this method.

    Q: Can I use a clear glaze over Accents?
    A: Clear glazing is not required as Accents will fire to a gloss finish. If you do clear glaze, allow Accents to dry completely before applying the clear glaze. The clear glaze may cause the dimensional effect to flatten or move during firing.

    Q: What are some tips for applying Accents over other glazes?

    A: Stiffer glazes (matte, underglazes), which do not move as much as gloss/ heavily fritted glazes, will preserve design work more than faster moving glazes.  Vertical surfaces and designs may move more than on a horizontal surface. Allow base glazes to completely dry before applying Accents.

    Q: What are your recommendations for tinting White Accents?
    A: Our best results were obtained by mixing Stroke & Coat with White Accents at a ratio of 1 part SNC to 4 or 5 parts Accents.  If you choose to dedicate a bottle of White Accents to a new color simply add the SNC to the Accents bottle and mix well.  Alternatively, dispense White SNC onto a palette and mix in the SNC color(s) of you choice.  You can use a brush to apply your custom color or you can fill a spare detailer bottle to dispense.

    For Product MSDS Sheets Click on "Literature" at the bottom of any page on our site.

    Additional Information

    SKU SA002

    Product Tags

    Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.