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Star White Rod - Northstar

5 Reviews
SKU: NS054
$2.76 / Ounce
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Details

Star White is a creamy fully opaque white. It is an indispensable color in the palette for all applications. It is great for sculpture, stringers, blown work, and backings for all transparent colors. With several reformulations Star White has been turned into an easy color to work. It is atmospherically stable meaning it can be worked in any flame without the color being affected. To prevent any boiling issues, heat #NS054 Star White slowly and gently. Once the color is glowing it can take a lot of heat. The trick is patience with a soft flame! For additional information about #NS054 Star White refer to Northstar Newsletter issue 15.

Ratings & Reviews

5 reviews

Dense and smooth, boils.

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One of the better American whites, smoother and denser than most, but it does boil quite easy.

The Best White Yet

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This is the best white I have found yet. It is smooth and as long as you are a little patient with it, you can get the stark white you are looking for with little to no boiling. I love it. Haven't encased with it yet, but it works well for outside application.

Great color but boils

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I have had little success with it ever not boiling on the surface as dots or stripes or while coating things. However if encased it's fine.

Magnificent finish

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A great white.<br><br>easy to work and a magnificent finish.

Buttery milk

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Add of the few whites that I’ve used this one works like butter it hardly boils and when it looks like it’s going to eat it put it towards the outskirts of the flame to reduce the boiling. Add of the few words that I’ve used this one works like butter it hardly boils and when it looks like it’s going to eat it put it towards the outskirts of the flame to reduce the boiling it works well with just about anything and when is encased in clear it looks amazing. I recommend using a high oxy flame but not too much oxygen to cause a hiss. Use in outskirts of the flame till it gets molten and most boiling is not a problem