More reactive than White Opal, we now stock this as a powder by popular demand.
Bullseye Frit is made from crushed, screened and magnetically cleaned Bullseye Compatible sheet glass. Frits are extremely versatile and can be used in kilnforming, including glass sketch and painting with light techniques, as well as in torchworking and blowing, to create colours and patterns on surfaces.
May React with:
Selenium and Sulphur
This glass can be unstable when subjected to extended heatwork (pattern bars, pot melts, boiled effect, kilncasting, etc.). Firing above 1500°F (815°C) for more than 15 minutes or firing slowly between 1250°F (677°C) and 1500°F (815°C) may result in an unstable glass. More susceptible to contaminants that seed devitrification than other glasses in the Bullseye line. Use Super Spray, or plan to treat the surface (sandblast, coldwork, or apply clear powder and refire) after firing.
No colour shift upon firing. A dark interface reaction is possible with sulphur-bearing glasses (1137, 0137).
Dense White Powder is recommended for surface use only. It may crackle when used between sheet glass layers.
Looking for inspiration? Take a look at how other artists have used powders in their work in these videos.
All our glass is COE90, Bullseye Glass compatible and suitable for applications such as glass fusing, glass casting and glass slumping (unless otherwise stated in the description).