- March 27, 2012 at 6:46 pm #9767marVParticipant
I used devit on two pieces of glass after I had cold worked the edges. I brushed it on. After they were slumped, there was some of the devit spray that had not disappeared from the glass edges. It appeared as dull gray areas. Is there some way to get rid of this? It spoils the piece.March 30, 2012 at 6:37 pm #12487lindafernParticipant
I have had this happen too. I have not been able to use the glass after it happened. But, I learned to put less on and to never put it on the under side of the glass.
-LindaMarch 30, 2012 at 8:08 pm #12488marVParticipant
Thanks for your reply. I wonder if I could use etching cream on the backside and just make that frosted all over. The front looks okay. If I can find etching cream at the craft shop I might try that. It wouldn’t hurt.April 3, 2012 at 8:59 pm #12489Linda OwensParticipant
I’ve had the same thing happen on my pieces. I planned to use these for jewelry and started looking for a website to see what solutions others have come up with for the same problem. The pieces came out with a white wash all over the top. My devit has been sitting for a couple of years so my question was can it still be used if I add water and thin it. My next plan is to sandblast the pieces, carefully clean them and refire them again to a full fuse. I’ll let you know what happens.
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