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5" Kiln Post - 4 Pack

$19.95 USD
Item# 42935
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  • Elevate molds for proper heat distribution and to allow trapped air to escape
  • 5" Size doesn't waste space in compact kilns
  • Set of 4 allows you to support nearly any shape of mold with ease
  • Customize the height of a drop ring by stacking 5" posts with your other post sizes


Product Description

Use kiln posts with drop molds, vent heat, and prop shelves up from bottom of kiln.

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Pros : I use these kiln posts as dams for my glass creations and they are perfect and just the right price!
Cons : These kiln posts are great and I look forward to using them daily.
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Pros : I love these posts to raise my second shelf up higher. Makes my firings more economical!
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