Sea Slyme rods.
Sea Slyme by TAG is a very workable boro colour. It's milky blue-green that fills part of the spectrum between the new Blue Slyme and regular Slyme. Like anything in the Slyme family, finished work can range from opaque to translucent to transparent in the same piece from the same rod. The Sea Slyme has the milky strike you know and love but it's more teal than the original. It can thin to transparent very easily, especially when you put it over clear or you can use it thicker for a more milky seafoam aqua green colour. Sea Slyme keeps a bit more of its colour under clear encasement, especially where thicker -- though it is mostly a ghostly white like regular Slyme in thin honeycombs (see above.) Sea Slyme likes a soft and bushy flame, like everything in the Slyme family. You will want to use a bushy neutral-to-slightly reducing flame with the Sea Slyme. Like the rest of the Slymes this glass is a little bit soft, meaning the COE is a little bit high, maybe a point, point and a half. This is the same as Slyme, Dense Slyme 3, Satin Slyme and Pink Slyme, and all the opaque candy colours, Pink Cadillac, Wisteria and Kiwi.