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Ferro Sunshine Enamel - 11-1232 Reed - 10 gram
Ferro Sunshine Enamel - 11 1232 Reed


 
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10 grams: $4.00
Product Dimensions: 10 gram
Made in Germany
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Ferro Sunshine Enamel - 11-1232 Reed

Sunshine colors can be applied like a watercolor, acrylic, or oil. Use individually, or mix colors to increase your color palette. Simply use a small amount enamel in a water color tray and add a few drops of distilled water. Mix with a small brush. Add more water is needed. Consistency will be thin. Apply one thin coat at a time. If a more intense color is desired, apply a light dusting of flux to cover the dry, unfired sunshine enamel and fire. Repeat this process until the correct depth of color is achieved. Adding one thick coat will result in bubbling. Always apply a dry flux coat for all firing applications.

Fire approximately 2 - 3 minutes at 1300F - 1350F.

Important Note: This product cannot be applied directly to metal. Always apply this product to a piece that has been previously enameled. Click on the TechSpecs tab (above) for additional information.

This product contains lead oxide. Please click the "TechSpecs" tab above for additional information.




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