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Re: Kiln questions

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L Skeen (lpskeen@living-tree.net)
Sun, 05 Dec 1999 21:16:32 -0500


DeDeRuss wrote:

> In a message dated 12/4/99 6:20:08 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> lpskeen@living-tree.net writes:
>
> <<
> If you are in any setting other than college, Electric is the way to go.
> They
> require minimal maintenance (ie: keep 'em vacuumed out and you're pretty much
> good to go.) >>
>
> You "vacuum" the kiln.....inside? I have never done this. Is it necessary?
> Diana

Yup. Kid work tends to explode or otherwise disintegrate if you're not careful,
and little pieces of clay sometimes will be around in the kiln. Also, there's the
general dust factor. If you vacuum out the trash and keep your elements clean
they'll last you longer.

L

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