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Bullseye Glastac Fusing GlueBullseye Glastac Fusing Glue

Bullseye Glastac Fusing Glue

3.7 out of 5 stars (6 Customer Reviews)

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Lightly tacks glass pieces in place prior to firing:
  • Slow drying and pliability allows readjustments as you work.
  • Organic colourant lets you see where you've put it on clear glass but it burns out once fired.
  • Use sparingly.
  • Water soluble.
  • Easy to use 4 fl oz (120ml) applicator bottle or a large refil 32fl oz bottle (950ml).
Glastac Glue is a bit thinner than the alternative Gel.
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Product Reviews
3.7 out of 5 stars
1 out of 5 stars Sunday 29 April, 2018 By Andrea Davis
This simply does not work! I gave it the benefit of the doubt and tried it several times but, honestly, you may as well apply water! It does not glue glass to glass. Not only was it a complete waste of money but it also ruined valuable dichroic glass because as it didn't secure the glass pieces together, they moved off the glass while fusing. I even gave it several hours to set but it never did.
Warm Glass Response: We are sorry to hear your feedback, Glastac is intentionally a very thin glue which if applied to the corners of a piece works as intended, if a piece is flooded, the glue will not dry and will then boil in the fusing process, causing the pieces to move apart. For a thicker glue, use Glastac Gel.
5 out of 5 stars Sunday 04 March, 2018 By Susan McQueen - See all my reviews
The invention of Glastac Gel Glue was the saving of my sanity. I find using it calms me. It is thicker and pieces tend to stay mostly put where I set them down one on top of another. Using this thinner glue for years to make kiln fused jewellery, between glass layers to hold it together while firing was like trying to glue two ice blocks together with water, and it was far slower to dry than the gel. Either way, both the small bottles last me for ages as all I need are the tiniest drops of glue.
5 out of 5 stars Wednesday 09 August, 2017 By Aileen Mayers - See all my reviews
I find Glastac (pink one) really efficient in keeping frit in place especially if I'm using the frit quite thickly for example to form a heart on a coaster. Spread a small amount of Glasstac just to keep the frit in place as you add it then when you are happy with your design add a few drops especially around the edge of the area of frit and let it dry overnight. You can then move it to the kiln without any mishaps.
4 out of 5 stars Wednesday 07 December, 2016 By a baker - See all my reviews
Originally, I found this glue to runny. However, i now use it as a binder and its really good. Perhaps, this should be its selling point?
2 out of 5 stars Thursday 03 December, 2015 By Marie Maher - See all my reviews
Yes it burns out but it the glass slips around. Ive tried using smaller amounts but its not good. Ive tried it when Ive been making dichroic pendants and when back to trusty Elmers but you can sometimes see traces of that glue after firing. I am going to try the Glasstac gel as it has had brilliant reviews and its pretty reasonably priced too
5 out of 5 stars Wednesday 28 October, 2015 By Jenn Gowney
I like this as its clear and a light tack but it's quite watery and things sometimes slip around. If I want more stability I use Elmers, but I will try the glastac gel.

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