Smooth And Tuff Bead Release - 8 Oz

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Smooth and Tuff bead release is a thick liquid coating that prevents glass from sticking to metal so you can remove your beads after they've annealed. Specially formulated to work with both soft glass (104 COE), and hard glass (borosilicate). Regular is the original liquid formula, works best with soft glass projects. Heavy duty is a thick liquid coating, best for making borosilicate beads. Can be flame dried or air dried. 8 oz. container.

Flower beads by Delphi Artist Val Oswalt-De Waard.
 

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Pros : Easy to use, great coverage, needs to go on a bit thin (thickens up as it dries) and I don't bend nearly as many mandrels when taking off the bead.
Cons : Wish it left less of a signature in the bead after cleaning.
Other Thoughts : Fabulous! Best I have tried!
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