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Fireworks Kiln Wash - 1 Lb

$11.95 USD
Item# 425737
In Stock Usually ships in 1 to 2 business days.

Product Features

  • Protect your shelves and molds with kiln wash
  • High temperature resistant for minimal sticking
  • Resealable plastic tub for easy storage
  • Sold in economical 1 lb. packages


Product Description

High temperature wash prevents glass from sticking to kiln shelves and molds. Apply with Haik brush. 1 lb.

Delphi Tip: For the perfect consistency mix 4 parts water to 1 part wash.

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Pros : Easy to use - I do not use this for shelf wash but more for my molds. I usually have to wash the shelf or mold after each use. It mixes easy and goes on smooth. It works well and I have purchased this product several times.
Cons : Has to be reapplied after each use.
Other Thoughts : I don't use the kiln wash on the shelf anymore and have found that using the shelf paper works great. I do use this product to coat my molds.
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