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May 22, 2013
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Try using the refractouty material made by Vita for feldspathic porcelain. Personally, I prefer using Palladium foil (.001) there is absolute color control with it. I burnish the foil onto the master model using a regular pencil eraser. It works like a charm. I remove thr foil after glazing and etch...