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Bullseye GlasTac Firing Glue - 4 Oz by Bullseye Glass Co.

$7.95 USD
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Item# B8234
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Product Features
  • Lightly holds pieces together before kiln firing
  • 4 oz applicator bottle - a little goes a long way!
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Product Description
Can't Live Without It
A little goes a long way! Just adding a small dab of Bullseye GlasTac it lightly tacks glass pieces in place prior to firing. Readjusting your glass is easy with this slow drying glue. Its organic colorant lets you see where you've put the glue on clear glass, but it burns out in the kiln. Comes in a handy, 4 ounce applicator bottle.
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5 stars GlasTac By on
Pros : I love this for projects that have a lot of small pieces in them. Especially good for gluing frit
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Pros : No residue. Easy to work with.
Cons : none
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4 stars Dries clear, no residue By on
Pros : This glue dries nice and clear and leave absolutely no residue. The slow drying allows you to reposition, which can be critical to your design.
Cons : It does dry slowly, so you have to leave it and come back much later before trying to move it.
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