Hot Line Fusers Glue

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  • Holds small glass pieces, like frit, securely in place while placing projects in the kiln
  • Burns away clean - doesn't leave residue

Product Description

New improved formula! Slow setting glue securely holds your glass pieces in place before firing. Use for frit casting on vertical walls and to hold stringers, fractures and glass layers in place when arranging final design. Burns off clean without residue. Ready-mixed bottle. 32 fluid oz.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   works well
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Pros : not too runny, not too thick. I use a cotton q-tip to apply it. it does take a little while to set. but, that could be a good thing. no signs of it after firing. great stuff!
Cons : the only one I can think of is the amount of time it takes to set up.
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Pros : I liked it for the most part.
Cons : Had some problems with glass shifting. I'm going to try a few more times and see if it's me trying to get it into the kiln.
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