Fireworks Kiln Wash - 5 Lb

$24.95 USD
Item# 425738
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Product Features

  • Applies smoothly and lasts for multiple firings
  • Use with fusible molds
  • 5 lb container

Product Description

High-temperature kiln wash prevents glass from sticking to kiln shelves and fusible molds. Apply wash with Haik brush (sold separately). The 5 lb container allows you to mix and much or a little kiln wash as you need. Store mixed kiln wash in airtight container for later use. 5 lb.

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

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  •   Not as good as it could be
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Pros : It works OK but requires a little more work than other washes.
Cons : you really don't know if its completely dry or not
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Pros : It leaves a really smooth, satin finish on the back of the piece. The color (light purple) before firing does not fade out as much as other products I've used, so its easy to tell primed vs unprimed shelves apart.
Cons : A little more work to mix as it really clumps up. However, two marbles were included in the bag, and if you use these and shake in a closed container it's a snap.
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