Powder Vibe Original Tip

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Item# 91608
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Product Features

  • Apply enamel and powder details with ease and control
  • For use with enamels and powdered frits
  • Original Tip is designed for enamels and powdered frits
  • Powder Vibe unit sold separately

Product Description

Tips work in conjunction with the Powder Vibe (item #91605) to precisely dispense powdered frits and enamels as dots, dashes, and lines for drawing or writing on glass.

Brass tip features a quick-change magnetic base. To fill tip, separate the tube, cover the tip, fill with powder and slide the cap on. Minimize tip cleaning by ordering additional tips to keep your favorite colors at hand and ready to use.

Note: Original Tip is designed for enamels and powdered frits and will not work with fine frit or larger particles.

Tip: Store filled powder vibe tip assemblies in a location with low humidity to prevent powder from compacting. Tips stored in high humidity may not allow smooth flow of powders during application.

Supplies are limited. Order early for best selection. All sales of clearance items are final.

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