5 Lb Clear Transparent Fine Frit - 90 COE

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Bullseye frits are made from crushed, screened and magnetically cleaned Bullseye Compatible sheet glass. Fine frit form, packaged in a wide-mouth 5 lb. jar. 90 COE. Frits may be used in hot glass work such as light painting, pate de verre and kiln-casting, to name only a few of the many techniques made possible by these versatile little grains.


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Pros : Bullseye consistency and quality.
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  •   Frit fuses clear and perfect
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Pros : This frit is the best. It is so clear and easy to use.
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