8.5 Oz Water Clear Transparent Fine - 96 COE

$9.95 USD
Item# XF0102
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Product Features

  • Convenient 8.5 oz containers come with secure screw top lids
  • Create pictures that will last - frits are perfect for illustrating designs on glass
  • Ideal for glass casting
  • 96 COE

Product Description

Fine glass frit is a staple for any glass fuser. It has a variety of applications from glass casting to creating fused images on glass. Frit is made from sheets of Oceanside art glass which is crushed, screened, and then packaged in convenient 8.5 oz jars. 96 COE. Glass is transparent.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Water Clear Frit
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Pros : It's very fine. Fires very clear. Great for topping jewelry in jewelry molds.
Cons : None
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  •   Very nice.
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Pros : Does fire water clear, really nice effect when mixed with colored frit.j
Cons : Takes some experimenting to figure out how to get rid of the bubbles.
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