5 Oz Sunset Coral Transparent Striker Powder Frit - 90 COE

$19.95 USD
Item# B130588
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Product Features

  • Create pictures in glass - frits are perfect for creating designs on glass!
  • Convenient 5 oz containers come with secure screw top lids
  • Striker glass matures upon firing
  • 90 COE

Product Description

Try a Little -- Top Quality Glass Frit in Small, Convenient Bottles
Bullseye frits are made from crushed, screened and magnetically cleaned Bullseye Fusible sheet glass. Use glass frit for your pate de verre and glass casting projects, or add pizazz to your fusing and kiln-formed glass jewelry.

Packaged in a wide-mouth 5 ounce bottle. It provides you with plenty of frit to last for a number of projects, but not so much that you waste space in your studio. They are convenient if you ever need to take your fusing supplies with you on the road. Fully compatible 90 COE.

The color of the frit in its unfired state differs greatly from its fired state. Right side of main image shows the fired glass color.

Note: Striker glass matures to the color shown. Colors may vary, depending on firing schedule, rate, atmosphere, and heat work. For color-sensitive projects, test before use. 

Additional images show an example of how Bullseye frit looks after firing as well as a swatch for post fire color.

Frit size can be used to control the opacity of your cast project, the larger the grit the better the clarity as showcased in the frit pyramid shown in additional images.

 

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Pros : Very disappointed
Cons : Fires to a burnt orange
Other Thoughts : Nothing "coral" about this color!
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