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Old 05-18-2015, 08:09 AM
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I've found that tiny sized frit can look amazingly close to solid color.

I use #1 and #0. If you've never tried it before you will be surprised how well it covers (I always apply it in multiple layers). It is much quicker & requires less skill to apply, and there's no bubble issues to deal with. However it does consume a lot of color when you're covering large pieces.

It's not a solution to avoiding bubbles in your color bars, or creating them using poor techniques, but it is an option that can work well for certain designs. I use it for my vessel sinks.
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