Fused Glass Enamel Paint Threads Mixed Colors Kiln Fire
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Fused Glass Enamel Paint Threads Mixed Colors. Kiln Fire for Metal Enameling & Precious Metals.
These glass Enamel Paint threads, are fun, fun, fun! Great to add color splashes, twists or random designs.
Weight: Each container contains 1/2 ounce (15 grams)
Dimension:Each thread varies in thickness and a few vary in shape but most are thin straight pieces.
- Color: 8 Vibrant Enamel Paint colors, Red White, Yellow, Green, Blue
- Applications: Fused Glass COE 90, COE 96 or float (window) glass: Metals: copper, gold, silver, steel and Metal Clay
- Lead Free: Yes, Eco Friendly and Food Safe and Made in the USA!
- Kiln Temperature: Best Results: Fire to a full fuse of at least 1450º F in a glass kiln or cone 015-016 in a ceramic kiln. Can be cured at 1325º F but colors may not spread out as much on the glass surface.
Note: Fusing glass enamel paints will hold their color to a much higher temperature when used on ceramic or porcelain bisque.
1. Cut them, bend them using a candle flame or just sprinkle them onto your glass and fire to a full fuse.
2. You can use them separately or as an enhancement with our other Enamel Paints or Bubble Paints for way cool effects!
Learning Guide: Read our Free Tips and Tricks on Fused Glass Enamel Paints
Example: Project 025 Color Crazed Heart Fused Glass Pendant
I was pleased with the results after firing, but disappointed with the selection sent. There were many hard, thick blobs and a lot of black.
The product was what I expected but I didn't expect that half it would be shattered to bits due to shipping. Gofusing.com Note: We do replace products damage in shipping and wish that you have contacted us at the time the issue occurred. Please contact us to discuss.
I find the paint threads add a party look to the glass bowls I have used it on. So colorful!
This is my first time using paint threads. I think I could have used them a little thicker on the section of clear glass I put them on. I will learn as I experiment.