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Fired-On Images Multi-Surface Transfer Paper

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Price: $38.95
Manufacturer: Laguna
Part No: TM637
Fired-On Images MS/Multi-Surface Transfer Paper

Fired-On Images Transfers have been ACMI tested and are food safe once fired.

Transfer Paper for Ceramic, Porcelain & Glass
  • Contains a 10 pack of 8.5" x 11" transfer paper with detailed Multi-Surface instructions and troubleshooting information
  • Affordable, Permanent, Foodsafe
  • An exciting and revolutionary new PATENTED affordable process for permanently firing high quality photos, graphics and text images onto any type of Hand Glazed or Store-bought Earthenware, Porcelain, Stoneware or Fusible Glass Surface.
  • Home hobbyists, contemporary studios, schools, glass, ceramic and porcelain artists and scrapbookers now have a new archival canvas for their fabulous creations -- you can easily, safely and affordably produce amazing custom projects; great for gifts or fundraisers.
  • Unlike photographic sublimation processes (mall kiosk- photo plates), your projects can be oven, microwave, dishwasher and food safe.
  • Easily do it yourself with any inexpensive Canon Black only or HP Black and White laser printer, Fired-On Images Transfer Paper and access to a kiln.
  • Images fire to a beautiful sepia brown and can be "colorized" with a variety of easy techniques.

Easily do it yourself with any inexpensive Canon Black only or HP Black and White laser printer, Fired-On Images Transfer Paper and access to a kiln. 

Works on:
  • Hand glazed ceramic, porcelain or stoneware bisque
  • Factory glazed procelain, stoneware or commercial tile
  • Fusible glass
Warning. This product can expose you to chemicals including crystalline silica (airborne particles of respirable size), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov Health Hazard Warning
  • Please handle all raw materials with safety in mind. The Dry form of all clay, glaze, and raw materials can expose you to hazards when not handled properly.
  • When handling and mixing DRY ceramic materials and powders, wear a full breathing respirator, eye protection, and gloves to protect your lungs and hands
  • PROP 65 WARNING FOR RESPIRABLE SILICA

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