What are "striking" glass colors?
Some Bullseye glasses appear pale or colorless in the cold sheet form, but “strike” or mature to a much different color when fired. Striking colors can vary, depending on temperature, atmosphere, and heat history.
For projects that are especially color-sensitive, we recommend testing your striking glasses prior to use either by fusing or torch working small samples. This will help you predict final color results.
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