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Kiln Repair Cement - 1 Lb by Evenheat Kilns

$14.95 USD
Item# 42902
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Product Description

Repair minor cracks in kiln bricks for optimum kiln performance and life.
High temperature refractory cement is used for making kiln repairs including broken kiln bricks, filling cracks in kilns, and other damage that occurs during the life of a kiln. The cement is also useful for preventing dust on kiln lid surfaces from falling into the kiln. Dilute the cement with water and apply with a brush for best results. Includes instructions. 1 lb.

Directions:
Apply and allow to air dry completely. Then fire up to 1450° - 1500°.

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Pros : None
Cons : Cannot attest to the quality as the material dried up solid before I had a chance to use it. I do admit to letting it sit for 2 months in my climate controlled studio.
Other Thoughts : Maybe it should be sold in Glass containers.
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Pros : Easy to use and excellent results. Highly reommend this for a quick kiln repair.
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