Wisteria Rod - Trautman TAG
Ratings & Reviews
by john a -
This has to be one of the best opaque purples that i have worked. Now The same goes like all other pastel colors, dont oxidize. A very smooth bright purple works well in blow ins, coil pots, dot stacks, implosions and like almost every color looks great with slyme.
Good for stacks
by Tyler S -
This is the purple i like to use in stacks. yes it has air bubbles, and it is a bummer. but this color in between some greens on blacks on a vac stack will rock your customers faces.
by John L -
Again Paul has given us an amazing color that blows the competition away. Stays opaque even when pulled thin. Work in a soft flame to prevent boiling. This one looks great with elvis ruby over the top of it. One of my favorite color combos is Wisteria, Kiwi, Pink caddy.
by alan g -
Great color and very easy to work with.Can be worked in any reasonable flame.
by hethre l -
Nice opaque light purple, retains its wisteria color. Use in a neutral flame. Good for use in blown, solid or stringer applications. This is another color which has a grainy feel, has lots of air bubbles, which I don't like. Good color to encase first. Wisteria looks really nice with Double Mai Tai.
by Bill C -
Pulled stringers and used in implosion flowers. Work slow and gentle, turns out nice. Goes well with Slyme.
One of my Favorites
by Barry S -
Wisteria is as great color if you have the cash. Works fairly easy; a neutral or oxidizing flame is ideal. Out of all the purples in the glass pallet, this one doesn't have boiling issues.