Achieve a seamless and even coat of glaze
Pull off a perfect coat of glaze with each and every dip without the hassles of streaking or splotching ruining your masterpiece.
Eliminates unpleasant tongs and finger marks
No more drip marks, streaking, splotching, or crawling. Simply dip and shake off excess glaze with confidence and never worry about drip marks ever again.
Ideal for beginners and experts alike
Our glaze puller is easy to use and designed with the aspiration that every potter, from beginners to experts, can pull off the perfect glaze with simplicity. Glazing like a pro now has never been easier!
Im a beginner to pottery and this glaze puller has been an absolute godsend!
I no longer use dipping tongs thanks to EZGlaze! Its so much easier to use and my glaze comes out perfect everytime!
Heard about [****] from a friend and decided to give it a try. Happy to say that this works exactly as described!
Love this glaze puller! Im never going back to dipping tongs ever again, my pieces never end up as perfectly glazed as when I use EZGlaze.
Im rather clumsy and tend to drop things a lot. Decided to give EZGlaze a shot and I find that their suction cup is very strong, and securely holds my pieces so my glaze comes out perfect everytime!
The direction to use is very simple! Simply attach the puller at the bottom of your pottery, secure it by pulling the handles and dip your pottery in the glaze just like how you do it while using tongs. The outcome will amaze you as it's better than using a pair of tongs!
Yes, it is! All you have to do is make sure the base is waxed before attaching the puller to your pottery pieces to prevent it from dropping.
By using the puller to dip your pottery into the glaze, it allows even coating on your pottery pieces! It is well assured that the glaze outcome will be nice.
We highly recommend you to apply a layer of wax onto the surface of the pottery before attaching the puller onto it. This will allow the puller to gain a better suction to hold up your pottery!
There are a few reasons for it:
1. Surface of the clay is still rough.
2. Uneven surface.
3. Wax used is too concentrated - would suggest watering it down
4. Puller isn't moist enough to create the suction between the pottery and the puller.