1 Oz Rainbow Dichroic Medium Frit Flakes On Clear - 96 COE

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Product Features

  • Premium CBS dichroic coating covers a remarkable 80% of the frit surface area
  • Rainbow coating provides a variety of colors to create with
  • Smaller size of dichroic frit is great for use in casting
  • 96 COE


Product Description

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CBS rainbow dichroic coating covers a remarkable 80% of the frit surface area, a percentage unmatched by similar products in the market. The smaller size of dichroic frit is great for use in fusing and all your glass art work and projects. On clear glass frit, particles are considered a medium frit size. 1 oz. Tube measures approx. 3/8" diameter and 11-1/2" inches long. 96 COE.

Finished project images courtesy of CBS Dichroic Glass.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   pretty!
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Pros : lots of color
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Other Thoughts : I use these in fusing and in copper enameling and have been very pleased with the results. Keep in mind that these are flakes and some of the coating will be on thick pieces of glass and some on thinner
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   lovely for accents
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Pros : great to use in jewelry casting molds with other frits
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Other Thoughts : I like sprinkling this on the top of my frit in my necklace molds. It's shiny, its a bit of unexpected bling added. I try to make sure it's covered with clear frit or it can have a rough texture. I use tweezers to make sure the colored parts of the bits are facing the right direction for mold.
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Lovely sparkle
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Pros : Very shiny,,,Works well in small pieces or areas.
Cons : Very small for "medium" frit. Easy to dump out and have it go everywhere.
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