1-1/4" Sifter For Enamels

$12.95 USD
Item# 75804
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  • Apply enamels evenly with this fine 80 mesh sifter
  • Durable plastic sifter cup with metal handle can be rinsed and reused over and over
  • Get even coverage fast - large 1-1/4" diameter sifter
  • Rub a pen along the texture of the metal handle to vibrate the sifter for consistent flow


Product Description

This specially made tool is used to apply fine enamels. Lightweight plastic sifter features 80 mesh screen with a textured metal handle. For an even application, run a pen or small tool along the handle to gently vibrate the sifter. Designed for glass and metal enameling, this tool can be washed and reused over and over.
1-1/4" diameter sifter is ideal for coloring large areas evenly.

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Pros : This is a great tool to sift powder frit evenly over your glass.
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