Help! Shelf paper sticking to glass!
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- March 25, 2013 at 2:09 am #9951Katrinka000Participant
Help. I am fairly new to owning a kiln an firing my own work. I attempted to make round small pieces of glass from squares. Some worked well an rounded while others did not. (Separate help question lol). I used bullseye thin paper the correct side down however it fused to most of the glass. It did not come off with water and scribing. I fired no hotter than 1350. Why did this happen? Te second time I applies kiln wash 5 coats to the shelf and kiln dried at 200 with a 40 min hold as directed by my molds from Creative ceramics. Same thing happened even though I reduced the hold time (so much that half the squares remained squares or rectangles. Any assistance would be great.
KatherineMarch 25, 2013 at 6:54 pm #12889Stephen RichardParticipant
To even have a guess at what is going on, we need to know your schedule, the glass you are using, its colours, where the elements in the kiln are located, etc.
blogs at: http://www.verrier-glass.blogspot.com/ and http://www.glasstips.blogspot.com/March 27, 2013 at 1:46 pm #12890MuskitoParticipant
I had that problem when I fired my new kiln for the first time. With further firings, the problem just went away. I was using Spectrum on Bullseye paper. I have no verifiable explanation but I do have a hypothesis : a new kiln might have a substance that burns out in the first firings, a substance that affects the non stickability of the paper.
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