Thompson liquid form enamel is a very fine powder, designed to be mixed with water and brushed on, allowing you to create fine lines and intricate designs. Mix this Thompson powder enamel with enough water to achieve a brushable consistency—for best results it should be thick, similar to pancake batter. Adjust the consistency as desired, using care not to make it too thin (enamel crystals become too separated to fire well). Use brushable enamel to paint over other enamel to achieve water-color effects. This opaque red enamel works as a counter enamel (on the back side), preventing warping and cracking of enamel on the design side (front). This powder enamel contains polymer resin.
Formulated to perform beautifully on a variety of metal and glass substrates, Thompson lead-free enamels are quality-made to deliver dependable, repeatable results. This medium-temperature, high-acid resistant enamel fires at temperatures from 1,400°–1,500°F (760°–815°C) on fine silver, copper, gold, low-carbon steel and fired fine-silver, copper or gold metal clay.
• Before firing, in this powder form, this 325-mesh enamel will not look as it will after firing.
• It is always prudent to pre-test enamel colors on examples of the workpieces you are using to resolve any slight variances that may occur in different