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Bullseye Sheet Glass: 3mm Opaque White Opal 0013.30

4.8 out of 5 stars (4 Customer Reviews)

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Product Information
Looking for a pure bright white fusing glass? Opaque White fires a pure colour and is the brightest shade.

Cold characteristics: 

Consistent colour.

Working notes: 

Stable. No colour shift.

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The image below shows the opacity of this glass. The top half shows the unfired sheet against white and black, and the bottom half shows the full fired sheet against white and black:

opacity of opaque white opal glass

All our glass is COE90, Bullseye Glass compatible and suitable for applications such as glass fusing, glass casting and glass slumping (unless otherwise stated in the description).

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Product Reviews
4.8 out of 5 stars
4 out of 5 stars Thursday 07 December, 2017 By Marc Fresko - See all my reviews
A lovely bright white, but two provisos:

1. This “Opaque White Opal” is brighter than “White Opal” (0113) only with REFLECTED light (for example, if you lay it on a table). With TRANSMITTED light (for example, if you hang it in a window) it is greyer than “White Opal” – which makes sense because it is nearly opaque. So, for the brightest white with transmitted light I’d choose “White Opal” (0113).

2. It behaves differently to other glasses when firing. When I fire a 3mm piece capped with 3mm Tekta using my standard full fuse temperature (804°C), the Opaque White Opal is less pulled in by surface tension than the Tekta or any other glass I have tried, so you get squarer corners than the other classes. So the capping Tekta (which gets rounder corners) does not cover it fully at the corners, and with small pieces the white can even stick out further than the Tekta at the edges. Maybe this is because it contains more lead or something, maybe a different temperature would work better – does anyone know?
5 out of 5 stars Friday 31 March, 2017 By Jessica Dewey - See all my reviews
This is so handy to have on hand as you can use it for anything!
5 out of 5 stars Wednesday 29 October, 2014 By Kate webb - See all my reviews
To me this is the nicest of all the Whites. It is pure and bright. Definitely recommended.
5 out of 5 stars Tuesday 29 April, 2014 By Brian Lawlan
I adore this colour. It's a beautiful, consistent white that I use as a canvas for so many techniques and it's never let me down. Highly recommended.

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