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Pros : Really great when firing glass at higher temperatures. Does not leave residue on glass
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : Can be use a couple of times for temperatures below 770c or 1400F
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  •   Economical AND Works Beautifully
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Pros : This paper is great! It doesn't turn to dust, so clean-up is a breeze. I was able to get two full-fuse firings out of one piece...so that's like getting two sheets for the price of one!
Cons : As another reviewer mentioned, if you plan to reuse the paper, be sure to let the glass come down to room temperature before removing the piece from the paper (or at least give it the nudge test...if it moves, you are good to go, if not, let it continue to cool), otherwise the paper will stick to your project. If this happens, it is still easy to remove with some water, but you won't be able to reuse it.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Love this Stuff
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Pros : Lots cleaner to work with. slides right off when it's time to change to a new sheet without powder flying everywhere. Does last through more firings. leaves nice finish on glass.
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : Getting a floor model kiln in a couple weeks to augment my table top. Since it is WAY deeper, it will be nice to not have all the paper dust all over the place to clean out.
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  •   papyros paper
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Pros : Lasts through several firings. Leaves a smoother finish. Doesn't turn to powder so cleanup is a lot nicer.
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : I rarely leave reviews but I just really love this paper..
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  •   papyros paper
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Pros : Papyros paper lasts me thru 3, sometimes 4 firings most times. It does not get all powdery.
Cons : It does leave the bottom of the glass a bit rougher than thinfire paper.
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  •   Papyros shelf paper
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Pros : Seems to not stick to opaque glass nearly as much as Bullseye. Sheet remains almost intact after normal flring and may possibly survive another firing, though i have not checked. Overall, much less of a mess to work with with less dust flying around after firing (always a good thing!).
Cons : None noted.
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  •   WOW What a great product
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Pros : I can't believe how many times I could re-use this paper. I was making coasters and I cut the paper a little bigger than each individual coaster. So far I have been able to make four sets of coasters using the same pieces of paper over and over.
Cons : Not exactly sure if this is a con but make sure that you let your project cool to under 150 degrees before removing it from the kiln. I tried taking a project out when it was at about 180 degrees and the paper stuck to the back so I was not able to re-use it. But when I had the patience to wait until it was under 150 degrees, the project just lifted off the paper.
Other Thoughts : Lots of money to be saved with this paper I think.
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