PAPYROS™ Kiln Shelf Paper is a ceramic-based paper specially formulated for glass fusing. When placed between the kiln shelf and the underside of a glass project, PAPYROS prevents the glass from sticking to the shelf during firing.
Because of its sturdy composition, PAPYROS provides excellent glass/kiln shelf separation on the first use, and frequently even in subsequent firings.
Flexi-Glass is an exciting new glass product developed by Glass Artist David Alcala. This amazing new glass medium will open the door to exciting possibilities and applications to your glass fusing projects that will simply amaze you. Create your own fusible paper-like glass film that you can cut with scissors or tear and then fuse.
Flexi-Glass is formulated to work with powdered and fine glass frit in any COE, enamels, and even micas or luster. Create your own threads of fusible colored enamel. You will soon discover the many uses are limited only by one’s own imagination. You won’t believe how many new projects and big ideas will pour from this little bottle.
Annealing bubbles are a lightweight insulating material made from silica that will hold the heat in your beads as they cool up to 3x more slowly than in fiber blanket. They are not a substitute for kiln annealing. However, if you do not have easy access to a kiln, you’ll be able to make and successfully cool larger beads in a tin of annealing bubbles than may have survived with fiber blanket cooling alone. Thick components, such as murrini cane can be placed directly into the material for slow cooling.
Price: 1.75 litre plastic bag (bubbles must be put into metal container before use) $15.37