How do Bullseye colors look after firing? | Bullseye

How do Bullseye colors look after firing?



Bullseye's color palette is even more expansive when you consider that many glass colors will strike or mature after firing

Many of our glasses look the same before and after firing, but some will mature or "strike" to target color during the firing process. The images of fusible glasses in our online store show how colors appear before and after heatwork. If you study these images and still have questions, don't hesitate to contact our Sales Associates (Monday-Friday, 7-5 PST; 503.232.8887; toll free 888.220.3002; or send us an email).

Note: If you plan to subject glass to repeated firing or exceptional heatwork, we recommend that you test samples of the glass to the required processes and firing cycles to most accurately predict color outcomes.

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