Applicator Bottle Set - 6 Pack

$19.95 USD
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Item# 12921
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Product Features

  • Bottle measures 4" long and holds 1 oz!
  • Use to create liquid stringer projects
  • Easily cut tips to accommodate powder to medium sized frit
  • Sold in a pack of 6 bottles
  • White write-on labels make it easy to identify contents

Product Description

The Easy Way to Work with Frit
Includes six applicator bottles ideal for applying fine or powdered frit for detail to glass projects. Excellent to use with Colour de Verre casting molds, and when applying frit detail to any fusing project with Liquid Stringer, such as plates. Each bottle is approximately 4" long and holds 1 oz. of frit. Snap-on caps prevent spills, keeping your supplies tidy. White write-on labels on each bottle make it simple to identify the contents at a glance.

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  •   Outlines beautifully.
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Pros : The bottle is perfect for lining with glass powder or a mix of glass powder and a medium to make it like paint. Very easy to squeeze and seals perfectly.
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Pros : Good to try.
Cons : I had to put a pin hole in the bottom to get the liquid stringer out.
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Pros : Very useful for applying all sorts of things!
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