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Old 05-18-2015, 10:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Pete VanderLaan View Post
I find that tiny frit produces a generic look every time. I'm sure it's just me. It certainly solves the bubble problem .I think it utterly fails to produce a color quality you really want to look through. It bounces back too much.

It depends on how many layers you apply, what types of decorations are under it, and the intended placement of the final piece.

I am very pleased with the results I get on my vessel sinks. The interior color is applied in 5 layers (2 layers on the second gather, & 3 on the third), so it is quite even and dense.

I agree frit can look bad, but it works well for "certain things". I'd never realized how good it can look until I experimented with it. One thing is certain, it looks 1000% better than holes in your color.
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