5 out of 5 stars Monday 21 November, 2016 By Kirsten Lindmann
This is the best way to fire your glass - smooth back and easy to clean after use.
5 out of 5 stars Tuesday 13 September, 2016 By Sarah Aumayer
Such a useful staple item in my studio. I primarily make cabs for jewellery so use the paper in small amounts. Easy to cut so there's very little wastage and I get a consistently smooth surface on the cabs.
5 out of 5 stars Monday 27 June, 2016 By Alison Mower
Up until recently, I have bought the pre-cut sheets of this fire paper, but I've always had to trim it to size leaving lots of strips of paper. Yes - I can use it for smaller projects, but i prefer covering the whole kiln shelf. Then I bought some by the roll. MUCH better - my kiln shelf is 1/3 of the width of the roll - NO waste pieces! If you can - buy it by the roll - in the long run it is much more economical!
4 out of 5 stars Friday 25 December, 2015 By HEATHER LINDSAY - See all my reviews
As a newcomer to glass fusing I have found this ideal for my use. I also used up all off cuts making a jigsaw pattern, creating 3 extra circles from each sheet ( 28 in all) from 1 sheet. As a pensioner I need to look after the pennies. Thank you for your prompt delivery service, plus free on
5 out of 5 stars Tuesday 03 November, 2015 By Jenn Gowney
I've only ever used this thinfire paper, never kiln wash, and I like this paper a lot.
4 out of 5 stars Sunday 01 November, 2015 By Katerina
Pros: very easy and fast to use, perfect results for most uses.
Cons: not cheap, produces dusty cloudy effect on the grinded edges (I work with Moretti, but I've seen in different forums that it does with Bullsey too), so if you see this effect you should use primer.
5 out of 5 stars Monday 15 June, 2015 By Heidi Easton-Pichler - See all my reviews
Love this paper. It makes a beautifully smooth surface and is so easy to cut to size for any kiln shelf size.
5 out of 5 stars Wednesday 29 October, 2014 By Kate webb - See all my reviews
This is an item I could not do without! I have always used thin fire on my kiln shelf. It's easy to use, gives a smooth finish and does the job I want it to do. Always remember to wear a mask when hoovering it out of the kiln.
5 out of 5 stars Saturday 26 October, 2013 By Frank Brook - See all my reviews
Not cheap but does an excellent job. Leaves a smoother finish than other cheaper kiln papers. Multiple layers can be used for finer contours than 1mm fibre. Experiment with a few shaped scraps between layers of glass as an inclusion.
4 out of 5 stars Friday 27 September, 2013 By Jill Bagnall - See all my reviews
This certainly quicker and easier than shelf primer. But not as economic. It rarely sticks to the glass and gives a smooth though dull finish.
Being me I save all offcuts to use in strips when firing smaller pieces. Make sure you don't have an overlap under your glass or you'll get a ridge! BUT you can also make texture by cutting strips or shapes and placing under your glass - make sure they are the right side up though.
Effect is subtle and doesn't disappear during slumping.