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    Dorisbrown1220
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    I was using Thinfire paper with no problems, but someone told me that if I used Paprus paper, it would last for several firings. My problem is that most often with a little bigger piece, the Paprus comes up when I pick up the glass. Is there a way to pick up glass that leaves the paper on the shelf?

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    wordana
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    It all depends upon the glass, as well as how hot you fuse. Opal glasses will usually stick to the shelf paper at full-fuse temps; clears and transparents are less likely. Use a base of clear and typically the glass will lift right off the paper.

    Dana W.

    Fused Glass Designs

    dba Jester’s Baubles

    http://jestersbaubles.blogspot.com/

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