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Old 2014-09-15, 8:11am
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Getting ready for Halloween with Glow in the Dark 104 coe frit!
On sale, $32 for 1/4 lb (with free shipping) or $105 for 1 lb!

I also have some 90 coe glow available too!


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Old 2014-09-15, 8:58am
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How do you use it to make beads?
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Old 2014-09-15, 9:40am
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It is in frit form, so all you need to do is roll a hot bead in it.
Super easy to use.
Thanks for asking!
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Old 2014-09-15, 9:42am
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Old 2014-09-15, 10:40am
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Oooo....looks like fun!! What kind if flame works best? Does it like to be worked cool or hot?
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From what I have read it prefers to be worked cool (but that statement was made in reference to glow boro). Hopefully Ron will bop back in and confirm or deny.

I have it in COE independent powder form but never have managed to break it out and try it .... yet.
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Old 2014-09-15, 11:46am
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My daughter LOVES glow in the dark. Might be fun to try my hand at making her something with glow in the dark, but I just don't know enough about it to invest money into...yet.
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Old 2014-09-15, 1:51pm
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Hi,
Glow powders need to be worked cool, but these are not that product. This is glass, not power, so you can work it just like normal Effetre.

I do have some FUN Glow Boro in the works.... more to come soon.
Ron

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Old 2014-09-15, 3:09pm
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I have been getting requests for smaller amounts, so we are going to offer a two oz pack for $18 which includes shipping in a bubble envelope.
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Old 2014-09-15, 3:22pm
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Can you give me an idea of what 2 oz represents bead wise? how many beads like the one in the necklace picture you posted would it make and how big is that bead? just so I have an idea how much yield 2oz represents. Will it still glow if it is encased?
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Old 2014-09-16, 6:57am
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HI,
2 oz would be about the same amount of glass as three 13" Effetre rods. You can encase the glow glass and you can can also roll it over a base color. Doing that, you could make a lot of beads with 2 oz.
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Old 2014-09-16, 7:15am
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How do we order?
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Glow powders need to be worked cool, but these are not that product. This is glass, not power, so you can work it just like normal Effetre.

I do have some FUN Glow Boro in the works.... more to come soon.
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Thanks Ron. Good to know. Maybe after a "play" with my powders ... I'll need to add glass to the mix.
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Old 2014-09-16, 9:18am
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Laura,
If you have powders, dry mix it with clear frit, then use it. It will help some.
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how do i order?
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Old 2014-09-19, 12:57pm
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HI,
Sorry guys / gals, I was out of town and just got back. To order, please PM what qty your looking for and I can send you a paypal invoice.
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Old 2014-09-23, 6:15pm
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Anyone looking for some Boro Glow in 6mm rod?
I have some now, and will some VERY SPECIAL glow products available soon..... unlike anything anyone has ever seen!!
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Recieved mine - THANK YOU - my son is in AWE over this.
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Old 2014-10-02, 2:07pm
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Received mine...gonna start playing with it. How does glow in the dark ghosties sound?
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Old 2014-10-02, 2:36pm
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Ron I would buy some boro
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Old 2014-10-03, 11:19am
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Ravenesque,
I will have to check on the boro. I had it in the studio on the shelf behind my torch, but Rocio is there packing everything up to move to the new studio. I may need to get back with you in a few days when I locate that box.
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Oh that's ok, no rush. Moving is stressful enough!
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Old 2014-10-07, 4:41pm
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I have some glow beads in the kiln. Will post tomorrow. What is the best way to take picture
of them glowing?
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Old 2014-10-08, 9:10am
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No flash, macro works well.

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Old 2014-10-15, 9:00am
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I have some 90 coe also available now! Same pirce
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Hi there!

I just bought glow powder and wish to put it in a stringer so I can specifically place it where I want it. It didn't glow after rolling it in hot glass and then pulling a stinger. What is the best way to accomplish what I'm after?

Thanks!!!!
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What kind of powder did you buy? There are many versions out there which all work differently.
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