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Old 2008-11-06, 9:02am
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Bump Bump - it's back in stock at Glasscraft.
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Old 2008-11-09, 6:03pm
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From what i notice it seems to be just like NS Steel Wool with a different name...
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Old 2008-11-17, 12:15pm
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^^^ I was thinking the same thing but I haven't tried the Fools Gold. Everyone I talk to seems to have trouble with it so I have held off on getting any.
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Old 2008-11-17, 6:31pm
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^^^ I was thinking the same thing but I haven't tried the Fools Gold. Everyone I talk to seems to have trouble with it so I have held off on getting any.
Here's a nickles worth of a though for you - from the high priestess boro
glass whore .

If you see a cool glass that you THINK you might like, it's usually worthwhile
to invest in a small amount to tuck away. Maybe buy 1/2 or 1/4 pound.
I have tons of glass that I bought, was disappointed with, set aside and
then pulled out later with great results. Fools Gold is not a regular color -
so if later on you decide you want to try it, you'll be out of luck.

One the flip side, since it is NOT a regular color, later on if you decide
that the color is still crap, then there's a very good chance that you'll
be able to recoup your money by selling it here in the garage.

I bought a ton of some funky boro seconds a while back. Tried them out
and decided that they weren't for me. Revisited it a few months later
and still didn't like it. Offered it for sale here and it was gone in an hour.
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