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Requires only 200°F for two hours and the result is a ceramic-like substance, which resembles kiln-fired enamels in both appearance and physical properties. Low temperature enameling is a liquid two-part system, in which a catalyst and a color are mixed in a 40/60 ratio. Can be brushed, sprayed, or applied with a spatula, or squeeze bottle. Adheres to metals, wood, plastics, ceramics, etc., and can be stone polished. Can be applied in single coat or built up in successive layers to obtain unusual and elegant finishes. Simple and easy to use, it is possible to do professional work in a short time. Can be cured in any kiln, by infrared lamp or with hot air blowers, or if you choose, it can cure at room temperature in 24 hours.