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1/16" Frit Sifter

$21.95 USD
Item# 75524
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Product Features

  • Frit sifter gives you total control when working with powder glass and enamels
  • Sift fine particles easily by moving the Coil Actuator
  • 60 mesh screen provides even coverage for shading and detail


Product Description

This specially made tool is used to dispense powdered glass and enamels by shaking, tapping, or for the greatest control, by moving the Coil Actuator. The Coil Actuator makes it easy to control the volume of glass or enamel, from a gentle sprinkle to a heavy flow, by the pressure applied and the speed you move.

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Other Thoughts : This delivers a LOT of powder with very little movement
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