Create detailed patterns on your fused glass surfaces using glass frits and powders and No Days Liquid Fusing Adhesive. Create a super strong bond that you can rework after it has cured, if you need to change your design!
Create Intricate Frit Patterns that Hold Securely to Glass
No Days Liquid Fusing Adhesive is a necessary glue for any fused glass artist to have. It allows designers to create simple or intricate frit and powder designs that are held securely to the glass surface to prevent movement before firing in your kiln. It also works great for lightly tacking layers of glass together, including stringers and noodles. Simply lay down your design, and then let a drop of adhesive fall down the edge of the glass and it will get pulled underneath the glass you are glueing. The needle tip applicator allows you to drip the adhesive exactly where you want it to go. Don’t worry if you miss and get it on top of your glass, it burns off cleanly in the kiln!
Your design can be shaped and manipulated until it has cured, 30 to 180 minutes (depending on temperature, humidity and how much adhesive you use).
A Fused Glass Glue that Securely Holds Your Design
Need to transport your design before firing? In 10-30 minutes, No Days Liquid Fusing Adhesive will dry to a light tack and be ready to move. The adhesive will hold the frit pattern in place and burn off with NO residue! For best results, let the pieces cure overnight before firing in a kiln.
Easy to Re-Work No Days Liquid Fusing Adhesive
Need to modify your design before firing, but it’s already bonded? No need to scrape it off and start over! Apply a few drops of No Days Liquid Fusing Adhesive to the bonded glass or frit and edit your design. Additional layers can be added using the same method. Saves time and materials!
Firing Note: No Days Liquid Fusing Adhesive can be fired in your kiln before fully cured, but it is not recommended. For projects that use large amounts of glue, venting the kiln outside is highly recommended and some fuming could appear.
Brenda Smith created this stunning fall themed fused glass platter using No Days Liquid Fusing Adhesive with a frit painting technique. She shared the various techniques she used in the following Glass Patterns Quarterly article from 2009.
Fused Glass Technique Project Sheets
No Days Adhesives has made some project sheets available for learning how to use No Days Liquid Fusing Adhesive and helping to inspire your creativity. These are great small projects that will help you learn how to work with the frit painting technique.