Lead-Free Tracing Black

$24.95 USD
Item# 42160
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  • Maintains a matte finish; perfect for restorations
  • Lead and cadmium free paints are safe for food-bearing surfaces
  • One ounce jar of powdered paint medium - mix with gum arabic before use

Product Description

Reusche paints are in powdered form; mix with water and gum arabic before application. Paints need to be fired to become permanent. Also called "glass stainers colors." Leadfree -- so it's safe for food bearing surfaces. One ounce jars.

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Pros : I used this to make a silhouette of a lake scene with tree line and dock. It fired and once you fire it, you can easily work with glass frit later without worries of damaging your image.
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