Product Size: 12″ x 24″ (30.5cm x 61cm) Sheet, 1 Sheet Rolls

Fusible Adhesive Film for Glass to Glass Fusing

NO Days ThinFuse Adhesive is a thin, dry-to-the-touch adhesive film designed for adhering glass to glass for fusible mosaic designs. Due to its thin film form, ThinFuse will fully burn off in the kiln leaving behind nothing but your creative fused glass art

NO Days ThinFuse Product Benefits

  • leaves behind no residue after firing
  • adheres fusible glass pieces to glass base for fusing
  • create instant bond for faux “tack fuse”
  • activate adhesive with a heat gun or embossing heat tool
  • non-toxic and easy to apply to glass surface
  • glass tiles are quickly re-positioned by heating
  • fire in a standard or microwave kiln

The thin film form of ThinFuse allows you to apply a thin uniform adhesive layer to your glass substrate and design your glass pattern on top. Once finished designing your pattern, secure your glass tiles to the glass substrate with heat. After the glass cools, you can add frit and other design elements, before firing your fused glass mosaic in the kiln.

Once fired, No Days Thinfuse is designed to fully burn off in your kiln leaving behind no residue!

A Few Easy Mosaic Assembly Steps

Simply place down your glass or tile pieces on top of the mosaic film and heat. Heat entire mosaic or small sections and allow to  cool to cure. That’s it! Your tiles are now securely bonded to your substrate and ready to grout.

Create detailed Frit Designs or Adhere Foil to Glass Surfaces

An additional unqiue characteristic of ThinFuse is the ability to adhere foil and thin layers of glass powder and enamels directly to glass surfaces for firing.


For Glass Powders and Enamels, Thinfuse gives you the capability of cutting detailed patterns out of the adhesive film and then laying that pattern down on your glass surface.  Sift glass powder or enamels on top of the detailed adhesive pattern and apply heat (Don’t use a heat gun for heating up glass powders).  Once cured, knock off excess powder or enamel and you will be left with a detailed pattern on the surface of your glass ready for firing.
Always use a respirator when working with powders and enamels.


For Foil, place ThinFuse between foil and glass surface.  Using a craft iron or household iron, apply heat to the top surface of foil causing the adhesive to flow.  Once cooled, the foil will be adhered to your glass surface and ready for firing.


Working with NO Days ThinFuse allows hobbyists and glass professionals the ability to create detailed mosaic patterns, powder or enamel patterns and foil patterns with ease and no mess!

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