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Old 2015-07-13, 3:15pm
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Hi everyone. Could you please suggest me any good clear glass COE 96.
I'm using Reichenbach COE 96 and it gives kind of slime heaps of bubbles on the surface. Thank you
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Old 2015-07-13, 3:19pm
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Old 2015-07-13, 3:46pm
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I have always heard good reviews regarding R96 so I'm surprised, though I've never tried it. I use Uroborus 96 with very good success.
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Old 2015-07-13, 3:56pm
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Uroboros has the best 96 clear.
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Old 2015-07-13, 6:24pm
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Gaffer makes a lovely 96 clear too.

http://www.gafferglassusa.com/
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Old 2015-07-14, 12:57am
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Thank you for your replies.
I have and 104 and reichenbach. It is hard, but the quality is good.
But 96 out of luck. Even it is soaked in acid.
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Old 2015-07-21, 4:18am
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Most of the 96 clears are leaded furnace glass, they like to be worked cool in radiant heat... which is generally fine since they are so soft. Uroboros 96 is definitely the easiest and best clear for 96.
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