Finished work can range from opaque to translucent to transparent in the same piece from the same rod of color;...[more]
finished work can range from opaque to translucent to transparent in the same piece from the same rod of color;...[more]
Dense Slyme 3 is the choice when you want your Slyme to look less transparent. If, for example, you are...[more]
A super bright, translucent cad-yellow that is very flame friendly. It has a slyme like milkiness that makes the color...[more]
COE 33. A gorgeous transparent grass green with lots of floating sparkles. The color is warmer (more...[more]
A milky blue-green, it fills part of the spectrum between the new Blue Slyme and regular Slyme. Like anything in...[more]
One of the most unusual colors in the boro palette, Slyme can range from transparent to translucent to a milky...[more]
This color is a transparent version of Sea Slyme, and in thicker applications, near reheated areas, and when the color...[more]
Swirly, milky electric Pink. [more]
Sunset Slyme is the first in CFL. Under non fluorescent is a smooth slyme-green with a shift to a rosey...[more]
Dense Slyme is a Less Transparent Slyme. For Applications When You Want a Milkier Less Transparent Look. In Vac-Stacks, When...[more]
Pink Slyme Strikes Milky to Semi-Opaque, Depending on How You Work It. Pink Slyme Does Not Need as Much Reduction...[more]
SlyRm is a What You See is What You Get Color, There is No Milky Strike, and Is Easy to...[more]
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