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> With all this kiln talk, I am reminded of a conversation I had with a
> couple of other teachers. They asked me why I don't do anything with clay.
> replied that I don't have a kiln as well as the place to put one. One of
> teachers hunted down a kiln and occasionally asks me why I don't go get
> I keep explaining to her that the kiln has to be ventilated - I can't just
> plug it in and awway we go. I don't think she understands. Why is it
> that the kiln needs to be ventilated? I know it does and can't stand the
> smell even if one is ventilated. Just curious...
> Jennifer in Michigan
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