Barb Lund on fri 22 jan 99
does anybody here know if the kiln wash that glass people use in their
kilns on molds is the same as ours? My neighbor has had terrible problems
with the commercial wash they have been buying so I gave him some EPK and
aluminum Hydrate and sent him off. If anyone know different, please let me
other Barb in Bloomington
Marion Barnes-Schwartz. on sat 23 jan 99
I am both a potter and a glass artist and I always used my potter's kiln wash
when fusing glass in the kiln with good results.
Euclid's Kilns & Elements on sun 24 jan 99
> does anybody here know if the kiln wash that glass people use in their
> kilns on molds is the same as ours?
> other Barb in Bloomington
Typically, kiln wash for clay is 50% kaolin & 50% flint.
Glass kiln wash, at least ours, is usually 40% kaolin & 60% alumina
We do our best to keep it in stock, as we are trying involved in the glass
industry as well.
Hope this helps,
Euclid's Kilns and Elements
Web Site: http://www.euclids.com
Sheilah Bliss on mon 25 jan 99
In a message dated 1/22/99 5:42:03 AM, email@example.com writes:
<kilns on molds is the same as ours? >>
Hi Barb -
I took a glass fusing/slumping class last spring at a local art school. The
kiln wash was the same as ours. The instructor bought hers from a pottery
supply house... I can't remember which one....(oops!) cuz she just didn't want
to bother with mixing it up. Interestingly, she didn't use a glass kiln, she
used a clay kiln that was in the pottery class room to fire the glass... good
ol' 13" Skutt. All manner of stained glass slumped and fused from cathedral
Knox Steinbrecher on mon 25 jan 99
Does potters kiln wash work for coating the rods in glass bead making also?
knox in Atlanta
Jim Brooks on mon 25 jan 99
I do some glass work.. and the kiln wash is not the same as i use for
pottery.. It has NO silica in it.. It is 40% EPK... and...60% Alumina. It
will not adhere to the fused glass. but.. silica will .. so replace your
silica with alumina....