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Black Glassline Pen

Price £7.25 Inc VAT (£6.04 Ex VAT)

4.8 out of 5 stars (5 Customer Reviews)
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Product Information
Black Glassline Pen for glass fusing applications. 

Black is the ultimate 'must have' when it comes to lining and shading your pieces.

They are simple in design, easy to use and can be thinned with water.

Use with the tip set for accurate drawing and writing, or simply use exactly like paints, applying with a brush.

The pens may be applied between multiple layers of glass or on the top surface for a complex dimensional look.

The pens may also be sprayed to create subtle shading variations.

Compatible with all most types of glass including float, CoE90 and CoE96.  Glassline pens fire to a full fuse temperature of 790ºC to 820ºC.

Available in 28 different colours in 2oz bottles!

Example piece made using Glassline pens, by Megan O'Hara:

Glassline example piece - bridge


Product Reviews
4.8 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars Friday 11 December, 2015 By Kjell Bull-Sveen - See all my reviews
I really enjoyed this, and it works well in my microwave kiln.
5 out of 5 stars Sunday 11 October, 2015 By Helen Lake - See all my reviews
Black is the most used colour in my collection of Glassline pens. I use it to personalise my glasswork with names and phrases etc to meet bespoke orders. Once dried to grey I can scrape out areas or clean up outlines using a cocktail stick (and a lot of patience!). Over time you may find the bottle clogs up or the glassline is too thick. Firstly try standing the bottle in warm water for a few minutes then shake. But if that still doesn't work just add a few drops of water into the bottle, give the Glassline a very good shake and it will revitalise the product without fading the black after kilning. Not too much water though!
4 out of 5 stars Thursday 17 July, 2014 By James Walls
This review is from a user of a microwave kiln. Now I know there are differences between kiln kilns and microwave kilns but I love mine and am always trying to find new things to use with it.
This one however didn't really work as well as I would have liked but in their defence, glassline pens do NOT say they will work in microwave kilns (ok they don't say they don't work either but you get my meaning lol)
What I have found is the ink bubbles up upon fusing, I have tried very long and slow fusing and it still bubbles up. Now it isn't terrible, if you write your name for example and the blackness bubbles up it is still readable and looks very effective. However, I wanted it to draw specific bold geometric shapes for customer requests and I wasn't able to fulfil this to a satisfactory conclusion.
So, 4 stars from me, because it does work and it has so much potential even in a microwave kiln lol
5 out of 5 stars Thursday 02 May, 2013 By Katrina Hourston - See all my reviews
So versatile, paint, write, shade.
5 out of 5 stars Thursday 18 April, 2013 By Katrina Hourston - See all my reviews
I love these pens, paint, draw, shade and write they do it all well.

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