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Thompson Klyr-Fire - 16 Oz

$11.95 USD
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Item# 7405A1
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Product Features
  • A water-based adhesive used for your enameling arts
  • 16 oz
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Product Description
A water-based adhesive used for enameling arts. Mix 50/50 with water for a spray adhesive. Use full strength for wet packing to hold enamels in place on curved pieces before firing or for adhering cloisonne wires.
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Pros : fuses clear and clean, great for frit and powders.
Cons : would like to know the ratio of mixing enamels or powder frit. Have mixed 50/50, some comes out thick, some comes out runny. No real control. Good for abstract, but want to be able to do detail.
Other Thoughts : Needs instructions!
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Pros : I love this when fusing items with chips and mosaic pieces. It dries and fires clean and clear. Recommend this product over others I have tried.
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Pros : Works fine for mixing with Mica powders. You can then paint with them.
Cons : No problems
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