TAG-010 Slyme Rods
Ah, Slyme. Ectoplasmic! One of the most unusual colors in the boro palette, Slyme can range from transparent to translucent to a milky semi-opaque, depending on how you work it. Work cooler to keep Slyme more opaque, with a soft reducing flame. Goes transparent under higher heat, but can develop a ghostly milky green haze.
Kevin Tuttle –
Wonderful color. Always silky-smooth and a pleasure to work.
As the description says – apply / warm up this color in a reducing environment. But, as per a Trautman instructional video on this color, you can use an oxidizing flame once you’ve warmed it up in a reducing flame first. Just be sure you do it in the right order, otherwise you’ll mess with the color.