Ceramitation is a liquid 2-part system in which a catalyst and a color are mixed, then fired at a low temperature. The result is a hard, ceramic-like surface resembling kiln-fired enamels in both appearance and physical properties.

Available in 7 Opaques for vibrant solid colors and in 6 Transparents which let the base metal shine through for brilliant jewel-tone effects.

Can be brushed, sprayed, applied with a spatula or squeeze bottle and fired at 200°F for one hour. Hardness 60-75 on Sward scale (as compared to kiln-fired enamel 65-80, which requires 1,500°F to cure).

Colors can be mixed to obtain an infinite variety of shades. Adheres to metals, wood, plastics and ceramics. Can be stoned and polished. Can be applied in a single coat or built up in successive layers to obtain unusual and elegant finishes.

Simple and easy to use, so even beginners will be producing professional work in a short time. Can be cured in ordinary electric kitchen oven, by infrared lamp or by forced air blower. (Do not use microwave, gas oven, or torch.)


Download PDF Instructions: Ceramitation Guide

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