Since our company’s beginnings in 1954, our mission has been to provide the highest quality products possible at an affordable price. Our products are formulated for a broad range of users- from the needs of the novice, providing the highest degree of success possible with little knowledge to the experienced artist looking for complexity in design.

Mayco’s extensive glaze assortment includes numerous product lines with a wide variety of colors, finishes, performance characteristics and textures for firing range from cone 06 to cone 10.  Use colors within the same product family or combine for stunning results and endless possibilities.

Mayco’s non-fired products include a variety of colors and finishes with superior performance over craft brands. Create a truly unique surface with Magic Metallics, a water-based acrylic that oxidizes due to real metal in the formula.

All of our color products are manufactured at our factory in Hilliard, Ohio - the product labels proudly state “Made in the USA”. As a member of ACMI (The Art & Creative Materials Institute), our products are reviewed by certified toxicologists of Duke University for appropriate labeling and undergo rigorous testing to insure consumer health and safety. Most of our products are certified AP non-toxic, safe for artists of all ages.

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“America’s Finest Colors”.

 Which Mayco Glaze is for You

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