Powder Enamel Assortment For Glass Fusing

$99.95 USD
Item# 75814
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  • Fuse with a rainbow of colors!
  • Complete set of colored enamels includes 42 different colors
  • Opaque and transparent enamel powders
  • Approximately 6 gm per color
  • Compatible with 90 COE and 96 COE glass


Product Description

Fuse with A Rainbow of Colors!
Complete set of colored enamels includes 42 different colors of opaque and transparent enamel powder. Compatible with 90 COE and 96 COE. Matures between 1250 and 1450 degree F. Each color is approximately a heaping teaspoon of powder. Measuring approximately 6 gm per color. 

Enamels can be sifted on projects, used with stencils, mixed with Klyr Fire #7405A1 and painted on. You can even use to write and draw on glass! Mix enamels with Liquid Stringer Medium #40900 and clear fine powdered frit. Apply with an applicator bottle. Floral project from "Contemporary Glass Enameling" book #6629. Winter project by artist Kayleigh Clark.

Note: For your safety wear an approved particulate mask, such as #5159 respirator, while handling powders.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   No COE
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Pros : For the price, the assortment of colors is great. I have been using these for several years now, and have made some beautiful pieces. As far as the COE, these don't have one and can be used on any glass.
Cons : As with all enamels, you have to keep a water supply handy as they dry quick, and it makes it difficult to keep a smooth line.
Other Thoughts : As with everything, trial and error is the way to go. Do some experimenting on small pieces of glass by making sample strips. This way you will have the colors and know how to use them. If you make your sample strips on clear, all you have to do is lay the clear strip on top of the color you want to put it on to know if it will be the right color.
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   good for sifting
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Pros : I found these to be great for sifting on color, Nice intensity and the color stays. Easier to use then powdered frits and you need less to get good color.
Cons : When mixed with a medium for painting they're chunky and don't paint well.
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1 out of 5 stars
  •   Enamel Assortment
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Pros : My assortment came with a color list.
Cons : It did not list what COE it was compatable with, the website listing didn't either at the time I bought my paints. No instructions what so ever came with this product.
Other Thoughts : Now that I see this is a COE 90 product and I use mainly COE 96 I will probably tuck this in a drawer and find another source for replacement paints with clear instructions.
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