In this section, we’ve gathered resources that will help you understand and use Mayco products.
The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (CPSIA) significantly updated several Consumer Product Safety Committee (CPSC) statutes. Significant text is dedicated to defining children’s products and related regulation. While Mayco products are used by children they are not primarily marketed to children and are therefore defined as a general use product.
Dinnerware and Food Safety seems to be one of the most confusing concepts for ceramic studios. It can be used differently among manufacturers, which lends to the confusion. There are some dissimilarities in how we ceramic manufacturers use definitions of food safe, dinnerware safe and other safety related information. This section details Mayco’s approach and key icons.
The best way to ensure a safe studio environment is to adopt a series of “best practices” that minimize risks and exposures. In the Health and Safety section, we’ll review some safety concepts, laws & regulations – and put them in perspective for your ceramic practice
A digital collection of Mayco’s literature including catalogs, brochure, price lists, guides and flyers.
A resource to help you find a Mayco glaze that is equivalent to a competitive or discontinued glaze with which you may be familiar.
Mayco’s quality pledge, warranty for color products (glazes and acrylics) and freeze policy.
Safety Data Sheets (SDS) are detailed information bulletins prepared by Mayco that describes the physical and chemical properties, physical and health hazards, routes of exposure, precautions for safe handling and use, emergency and first-aid procedures, and control measures.
For technical or product support, please reach out to Mayco’s technical team. All other inquiries, please contact Mayco customer service.