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Save time and avoid brush stroke marks by using Thinfire instead of kiln wash
Logo on reverse side makes it easy to tell front from back
Quality Bullseye Studios product made for fusers
Contains 15 20-1/2" x 20-1/2" square sheets
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This item: Bullseye Thinfire Shelf Paper 20-1/2" Sheet - 100 Pack by Bullseye Glass Co.
Save time and avoid brush stroke marks. Use thin shelf paper instead of shelf wash for an ultra smooth finish on the back of your fused piece. One time use. Measures 20-1/2" x 20-1/2". 100 pieces per pack.
Popular Bullseye ThinFire Shelf Paper doesn't shrink in the kiln and features a printed pattern of the Bullseye logo on the bottom side, as shown below. The logo pattern does not affect glass or kiln shelves. Nor does it change the way ThinFire works in any way. But it does provide two benefits:
One, the pattern makes it easy to recall how ThinFire should be positioned in the kiln. Just remember, logo side down against the shelf; plain side up, against the glass—to create the smoothest, cleanest-possible finish for your work.
Two, the pattern serves as an assurance that Bullseye ThinFire is tested, tried and true.
Pros : This is the best thinfire paper that I have found. I tried to save money by purchasing another brand and it just wasn't the same. The other brand did not leave the back of my glass super smooth like the Bullseye thinfire paper. I wouldn't use this for pot melts and super high temps where you want the glass to flow, but for normal full fuse schedules, I highly recommend the bullseye paper. I absolutely feel it's worth spending the extra money to buy this brand.
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