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Art Clay Silver Paste (20g) (NEW FORMULA!!)



 
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(Item # A-286) Art Clay Silver Paste 20g jar.
Used to coat or paint organic materials such as leaves, twigs, or paper forms. During the firing process, the organic material burns away leaving fine detail captured in silver. May be fired from 1200ºF to 1600ºF. Can be used to combine two fired Art Clay pieces together, firing a dried piece and fired Art Clay piece together, and firing silver findings and fired Art Clay pieces together. Fire as low as 1200°F. Can also be fired with a butane torch or gas stovetop. The consistency ratio of New Paste Type is 90% silver and 10% binder and water. (This item can only be shipped to destinations within the U.S.A. and Canada.



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Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
Great new paste! November 5, 2015
Reviewer: Pam East from Johns Creek, GA  
I got the new formula of Art Clay Silver Paste a few months ago, and have been playing around with it. This has been touted as combining the best of regular paste and oil paste, replacing the two older products with this single, improved product.

I LOVE IT! It works the same with regards to regular paste; but this is a significant improvement over the old oil paste, which was very difficult to get to the right usage consistency and was hard to apply and dry. The old version also had to be kiln fired at higher temp. The new formula went on very easily, held my findings in place perfectly, and fired up secure and strong. Best of all, it can be fired as low as 1200 and can be torch fired for those without kilns.

All in all, I'm very happy with this new product and glad to have it in my bag of tricks!

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