Fuseworks Clear Glass 4 Piece Assortment - 90 COE

$5.95 USD
Item# 425920
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Product Features

  • Get the basics you use most in this convenient pack
  • Convenient 2" x 3" pieces are perfect for small projects
  • Tested compatible - 90 COE

Product Description

Get the essentials with this convenient 4 pack of clear glass. Each package includes 4 clear pieces in 2" x 3" sheets. Ideal for the base or top layer in your small fused designs. Tested compatible, 90 COE.

Package includes handy tips and chart for fusing in the Fuseworks Microwave Kiln.

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