How to Use Primo Primer Kiln Wash

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Published: August 23, 2012
Learn how to get your casting molds ready for the kiln with premium quality Primo Primer Kiln Wash. Video walks you through all the steps.
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    Fused Holiday Night Lights #FacebookLive

    In this Facebook Live video Roy shares our process, supplies used along with firing schedules so you too can create your own. Supplies we used today. Night light supplies: https://www.delphiglass.com/dimensi.../night-light-supplies/ Glues: https://www.delphiglass.com/search/Adheasive Fall and Halloween Pre-Cuts: https://www.delphiglass.com/search/FBLivePreCuts Slumping Mold: https://www.delphiglass.com/.../night-light-mold-2-pack Firing Schedules Tack Fuse Ramp Temperature Hold Segment 1 300°F/hr (149°C) 1000°F (538°C) 15 minutes Segment 2 300°F/hr 1370°F (743°C) 10 min Segment 3 9999 or Full 900° F (482°C)* 30 min * Annealing temperature for 90 COE glass is 900° F (482°C). Annealing temperature for 96 COE glass is 950° F (510°C). Mold Slump Ramp Temperature Hold Segment 1 300°F/hr 1000°F 15 min Segment 2 300°F/hr 1250°F (677°C) 10 min Segment 3 9999 or Full 900°F* 30 min Rounded Accents Ramp Temperature Hold Segment 1 9999 or Full 1500°F 10-30 min* *depends on size of pieces

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    Kiln Controllers and How to Program Them #FacebookLive

    In this Facebook Live video Roy and Val talk about the various types of kiln controllers and how to program them. Firing Schedules Full Fuse Ramp Temperature Hold Segment 1 300°F/hr (149°C) 1000°F (538°C) 15 minutes Segment 2 300°F/hr 1225°F (663°C) 15 min Segment 3 300°F/hr 1450°F (788°C) 10 min Segment 4 9999 or Full 900° F (482°C)* 30 min * Annealing temperature for 90 COE glass is 900° F (482°C). Annealing temperature for 96 COE glass is 950° F (510°C). Slump Ramp Temperature Hold Segment 1 300°F/hr 1000°F 15 min Segment 2 300°F/hr 1250°F (677°C) 10 min Segment 3 9999 or Full 900°F* 30 min

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    Soldering Your Stained Glass Panel #FacebookLive

    In this video we are covering all things soldering. This Facebook Live video Roy and Val cover hold to hold your iron, what solder to use and more!

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    Finishing Your Stained Glass Project #FacebookLive

    In this video we are covering all things finishing for your stained glass project. This Facebook Live video Roy and Val cover adding zinc came from start to finish. Adding jump rings specifically how to attach and secure them. As well as showing you various patinas and finally framing using wood framing stock.

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    Foiling and Fitting #FacebookLive

    In this video we are covering getting the right fit for your project and foiling. Learn all about the various types of foils, thickness and backing color and why that makes a difference for your stained glass project with Roy and Val from our Facebook Live.

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    Getting To Know Your Grinder #FacebookLive

    Learn all about grinder basics such as maintenance, changing bits as well as tips and tricks when grinding with Roy and Val from our Facebook Live.

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    Cutting Hand Rolled Glass #FacebookLive

    Learn how to cut hand rolled glass from Roy and Val from our Facebook Live.

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    Creating Stepping Stones #FacebookLive

    Watch Roy and Val create a custom stepping stone from start to finish using glass pre-cuts from our Facebook Live.

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    Glass cutting basics of cutting a curve with Roy and Val - Part 2 #FacebookLive

    Roy and Val cover the basics of cutting curves for your patterns. Learn how to cut inside and outside curves from our Facebook Live.

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    Glass cutting basics with Roy and Val - Part 1 #FacebookLive

    Roy and Val cover the basics of glass cutting during part one of a Facebook live. They cover the different type of cutters and how to use them. Along with running pliers and breaker/grozer pliers.

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    Fusing with Glaskolben #FacebookLive

    Val and Roy go over how to fuse with Glaskolben during a Facebook live. This is a great way to use broken ornaments with other 90 COE compatible glass.

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    Foil vs Lead #FacebookLive

    Roy and Val go over why you would choose one over the other during a Facebook live.

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    How to use kiln wash with Roy Kapp #FacebookLive

    Learn how to use it, how to remove it as well as the different brands and kinds. Roy covers your questions during a Facebook live.

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    Demo & Install: Semi-Auto Tray from Taurus

    In this video Dane show you how to install and use the Semi-Automatic Floating Tray for the Taurus 3 Ring Saw. Make precision cuts with ease using the semi-automatic floating tray. This spring-loaded tray fits the Taurus 3 saw (sold separately) and features an adjustable tension knob allowing it to cut with just the right amount of pressure depending on what you are cutting. The magnetic angles make it possible to cut both 90° and 45° cuts. The floating tray comes with a special worksurface that replaces the standard Taurus 3 worksurface. Simply pull the automatic tray back, place your piece between the magnetic angles and then let go. It does the hard work of cutting for you! Ideal for production work, or just giving you a little extra muscle so you aren't straining to apply pressure. Can cut pieces up to 5-1/4" long. Must be used with the Slicer Blade (#57109 sold separately). ---- Semi Auto Tray: https://www.delphiglass.com/glass-tools/ring-saws/semi-automatic-floating-tray-for-taurus-3-ring-saw Gemini Slicer Blade: https://www.delphiglass.com/glass-tools/ring-saws/taurus-3-slicer-blade-kit

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    NEW Delphi Art Glass Classes

    We believe that Delphi Art Glass classes can lead to a lifetime hobby and thousands of hours of enjoyable creativity. Guests enjoy a fun art glass class with other students while learning new tricks and techniques. Our experienced and enthusiastic artists guide students step-by-step to create their own works of art. Delphi Art Glass classes are a fun and creative hands-on group experience. Students share ideas and learn skills and techniques in an enjoyable, creative community environment under the guidance of experienced art glass instructors. We believe in helping people be creative and making the glass arts enjoyable and rewarding. Invite your friends, sip your favorite beverage and enjoy step-by-step instruction with our experienced and enthusiastic artists. It's a colorful, casual party atmosphere where you'll leave your cares behind and go home with a one-of-a-kind project created by you. Visit Delphi Glass: http://www.delphiglass.com/ https://www.facebook.com/delphiglass https://twitter.com/DelphiGlass https://www.pinterest.com/DelphiGlass/ http://www.delphiglass.com/blog Subscribe to Delphi Glass for more videos and project ideas: https://www.youtube.com/DelphiGlass

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    NEW Delphi Art Glass Classes

    We believe that Delphi Art Glass classes can lead to a lifetime hobby and thousands of hours of enjoyable creativity. Guests enjoy a fun art glass class with other students while learning new tricks and techniques. Our experienced and enthusiastic artists guide students step-by-step to create their own works of art. Delphi Art Glass classes are a fun and creative hands-on group experience. Students share ideas and learn skills and techniques in an enjoyable, creative community environment under the guidance of experienced art glass instructors. We believe in helping people be creative and making the glass arts enjoyable and rewarding. Invite your friends, sip your favorite beverage and enjoy step-by-step instruction with our experienced and enthusiastic artists. It's a colorful, casual party atmosphere where you'll leave your cares behind and go home with a one-of-a-kind project created by you. Visit Delphi Glass: http://www.delphiglass.com/ https://www.facebook.com/delphiglass https://twitter.com/DelphiGlass https://www.pinterest.com/DelphiGlass/ http://www.delphiglass.com/blog Subscribe to Delphi Glass for more videos and project ideas: https://www.youtube.com/DelphiGlass

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    Delphi Glass: How to Upload Your Artwork to the Artist Gallery

    Delphi Glass was founded on the belief that making art glass projects should be enjoyable and rewarding for everyone, from budding craftspeople to professional artists. We believe in helping people be creative and making the glass arts enjoyable and rewarding. Delphi fulfills its commitment to the arts by assisting creative projects of individuals and supporting the development of educational programs in schools and communities. Throughout the year Delphi hosts some of the biggest events in the art glass community. Learn about our annual Art Glass Festival and juried contest at https://www.delphiglass.com/gallery/agf_info See all our Upcoming Classes & Events here: https://www.delphiglass.com/page/workshops_main Visit Delphi Glass: http://www.delphiglass.com/ https://www.facebook.com/delphiglass https://twitter.com/DelphiGlass https://www.pinterest.com/DelphiGlass/ http://www.delphiglass.com/blog Subscribe to Delphi Glass for more videos and project ideas: https://www.youtube.com/DelphiGlass

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    Delphi Glass: How to Upload Your Artwork to the Artist Gallery

    Delphi Glass was founded on the belief that making art glass projects should be enjoyable and rewarding for everyone, from budding craftspeople to professional artists. We believe in helping people be creative and making the glass arts enjoyable and rewarding. Delphi fulfills its commitment to the arts by assisting creative projects of individuals and supporting the development of educational programs in schools and communities. Throughout the year Delphi hosts some of the biggest events in the art glass community. Learn about our annual Art Glass Festival and juried contest at https://www.delphiglass.com/gallery/agf_info See all our Upcoming Classes & Events here: https://www.delphiglass.com/page/workshops_main Visit Delphi Glass: http://www.delphiglass.com/ https://www.facebook.com/delphiglass https://twitter.com/DelphiGlass https://www.pinterest.com/DelphiGlass/ http://www.delphiglass.com/blog Subscribe to Delphi Glass for more videos and project ideas: https://www.youtube.com/DelphiGlass

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    How to Use the Delphi “Glass Finder” Tool

    Delphi Glass was founded on the belief that making art glass projects should be enjoyable and rewarding for everyone, from budding craftspeople to professional artists. We pride ourselves on our expert knowledge about the crafts our customers enjoy. We also understand the need to find the right tools to complete your beautiful projects. Our aim is to make it easier for you to find what you are looking for. Our online tools do just that. Delphi Glass has over 2,000 styles of glass, so don’t let finding the perfect piece discourage you. Allow our glass finder to help find just the right glass for your project. Our Glass Finder can be found by typing http://www.delphiglass.com/GlassFinder or scrolling to the bottom of our website at http://www.delphiglass.com/ and clicking on Glass Finder. When to Use Our Glass Finder Is your go-to green out of stock? The glass finder can help you select something similar. Are you trying to find something gorgeous to coordinate with a stunning sheet you've already got? Narrow the search by color, by brand, by transparency and more to see the top picks. We've all been there - you have the perfect pattern and a vision of what your next project will look like. Now all you need is to find THE glass to match that vision. Let our Glass Finder be your personal shopping assistant - by selecting just a few criteria, you can refine the glass selection to match your vision fast - and see all the options on one screen to make finding that perfect piece easier. Here are a few examples of the searches you can perform using our glass finder. Visit Delphi Glass: http://www.delphiglass.com/ https://www.facebook.com/delphiglass https://twitter.com/DelphiGlass https://www.pinterest.com/DelphiGlass/ http://www.delphiglass.com/blog Subscribe to Delphi Glass for more videos and project ideas: https://www.youtube.com/DelphiGlass

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    How to Use the Delphi “Glass Finder” Tool

    Delphi Glass was founded on the belief that making art glass projects should be enjoyable and rewarding for everyone, from budding craftspeople to professional artists. We pride ourselves on our expert knowledge about the crafts our customers enjoy. We also understand the need to find the right tools to complete your beautiful projects. Our aim is to make it easier for you to find what you are looking for. Our online tools do just that. Delphi Glass has over 2,000 styles of glass, so don’t let finding the perfect piece discourage you. Allow our glass finder to help find just the right glass for your project. Our Glass Finder can be found by typing http://www.delphiglass.com/GlassFinder or scrolling to the bottom of our website at http://www.delphiglass.com/ and clicking on Glass Finder. When to Use Our Glass Finder Is your go-to green out of stock? The glass finder can help you select something similar. Are you trying to find something gorgeous to coordinate with a stunning sheet you've already got? Narrow the search by color, by brand, by transparency and more to see the top picks. We've all been there - you have the perfect pattern and a vision of what your next project will look like. Now all you need is to find THE glass to match that vision. Let our Glass Finder be your personal shopping assistant - by selecting just a few criteria, you can refine the glass selection to match your vision fast - and see all the options on one screen to make finding that perfect piece easier. Here are a few examples of the searches you can perform using our glass finder. Visit Delphi Glass: http://www.delphiglass.com/ https://www.facebook.com/delphiglass https://twitter.com/DelphiGlass https://www.pinterest.com/DelphiGlass/ http://www.delphiglass.com/blog Subscribe to Delphi Glass for more videos and project ideas: https://www.youtube.com/DelphiGlass

Latest Comments
  • Jennifer B. Mar 03, 2014

    @Lynne S. both MR-97 and Kiln Wash are used as a mold release but there are some key differences. Regular Kiln Wash - like the kind you put on your shelf - is fine for slumping but will not stand up to the high temperatures and long holds involved in glass casting. MR-97 can be used for slumping but can also be used in high-temp applications such as casting, pot melts and more. Primo Primer, a brush on mold release, can also be used for casting and high temperature firing. Note: once you use MR-97 on a mold you cannot go back to using traditional kiln wash.

  • Mar 02, 2014

    I am confused on when to use Kiln wash vs MR-97.. Do they serve the same purpose?

  • DelphiAnswers Sep 30, 2013

    @prainey This problem is occurring most likely as a result of trying to fuse and slump the glass all in one firing. We do not recommend this. First we suggest that you fuse the two pieces of glass together at a full fuse of 1450 degrees. Then take the fused pieces and slump that on the mold at a temp of 1250 degrees. It is the difference in temps for each process that is causing the glass to stick to the mold when attempting to do both at the same time.

  • none Jun 21, 2013

    I used three sprays of "Slide" on the butterfly texture mold by Creative Paradise and although the design came out just fine, some of the top of the ceramic mold was removed when I easily lifted the glass off the mold. Also, the vertical lines where filled with whilte texture material. I full fused two pieces of coe 96 together on top of the texture mold. The second time I used the mold, spraying again with "Slide", the glass stuck to the mold and I could not remove it. I through the mold away. After calling Delphi customer service, I was first told I was supposed to only slump on top of the mold. After calling back, she said the instructions say to use Primo Primer only and that's why it didn't work. Anyway, I now paid for a new butterfly mold, covered about 4-5 times last night with Primo Primer (does take away from the design definition) sitting outside in the hot sun today to "cure". I am planning again to put two pieces of glass to fuse together on top of the mold. Any suggestions at this point? I plan to fire on a slow speed up to 1420degrees. I have a 14.4"square l kiln which fires hotter than normal. Do you have any advice so I can avoid ruining another mold?

  • JackiS Feb 06, 2013

    Thanks, Chandra! I used MR-79 on new and already primed molds this past weekend, and was very pleased!

  • comments3 Feb 06, 2013

    @JackiS Yes, you can certainly use the MR-97 on molds that have previously been treated with a primo-primer (or the like). It is recommended that you remove as much of that previously applied product as you can before spraying on the boron nitride spray so that all of the raw mold can be exposed to the spray. Just remember that once you apply the boron nitride spray it will not take the other kind of release anymore, but popular opinion boasts that it is well worth the switch.

  • JackiS Jan 29, 2013

    Can Colour de Verre molds already primed this way, be dusted out and primed for future use with MR-97 spray?

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