Kiln Firing Accesories

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Kiln Firing Accesories

Kiln Firing Accessories

Kiln supplies, kiln wash, Peephole plugs, Orton cones and stilts

  • Glass Release Kiln Wash for Glass

    $2.59

    Glass Release Kiln Wash for Glass or Ceramics

    the best kiln wash for pottery. Order 1, 5, or 10 or 50 or more pounds.

  • Cement and Sealer Kiln 1 Lb Dry

    $5.60

    Cement and Sealer Kiln 1 Lb Dry

    Coating and Repair Cement 1 lb. Bag
    A permanent high-temperature refractory cement for all types of firebrick kilns. When kept in an air-tight plastic bag, free of moisture, this cement has an indefinite shelf life. In a disposable container (such as a paper cup), mix only the amount you?ll use at one time. Instructions included. 
    Kiln Repair Cement 
    Kiln Repair cement Mixture: Mix 4 parts dry cement to 1 part water. Measure accurately; mix thoroughly. 
    1. The surfaces to be bonded should be flat, matching surfaces. 
    2. Use a soft brush or vacuum cleaner to remove dust from the surfaces to be cemented. 
    3. Stir cement. Then pour it into a large, flat container, such as an aluminum foil tray. Dip one of the firebrick surfaces into the tray so that the firebrick just touches the cement surface. 
    4. Lift the firebrick out of the cement. Working quickly, press the two firebrick surfaces together tightly. Rub back and forth to work the cement into the firebrick pores. Squeeze the surfaces together as you rub them to achieve a very thin firebrick seam. At the first sign of stiffness, stop rubbing. 
    5. Once you stop rubbing, do not reposition the pieces or the bond will not hold. Scrape off excess cement without disturbing the firebricks. 
    6. Sand smooth after cement dries overnight. 
    Kiln Coating Cement 
    Kiln Coating Cement Mixture: Mix 1 part dry cement to 1 part water. Mix thoroughly. For thinner kiln coating cement, add water sparingly until it attains the consistency of coffee cream. 
    To Coat Kiln Lid: Clean lid with brush and vacuum. Mix cement with water as above. Then brush mixture onto kiln lid to fill pores and leave a thin layer on the surface. Dry for 10 minutes. Brush off excess cement with a wisk broom and wipe down with a soft cloth. Thick layers of kiln coating cement or any contact with kiln wash will crack and buckle the coating. 

  • Kiln Wash in a pint jar, just add water!

    $4.95
    Kiln Wash in a pint jar, just add water!
  • Peephole Plugs 4 1/2L Soft Brick

    $4.75

    Peephole Plugs 4 1/2L Soft Brick

    Laguna Peephole plug is approximately 41 /2” long and tapers from approx. 2” to 1”. Made of soft insulating brick which makes a cool, durable plug for peepholes on many types of kilns.

  • Brick Rubbing with Handle Silcarb

    $26.50
    Brick Rubbing with Handle Silcarb
  • Speedy Spurs Vial of 18

    $10.50
    Speedy Spurs Vial of 18
  • Wire Hitemp Up To 2055+F 14 Gauge 10ft

    Regular Price: $12.80

    Special Price $10.24

    Wire Hitemp Up To 2055+F 14 Gauge 10ft
  • Wire Hitemp Up To 2055+F 19 Gauge 50ft

    Regular Price: $15.20

    Special Price $12.16

    Wire Hitemp Up To 2055+F 19 Gauge 50ft
  • Wire Hitemp Up To 2055+F 17 Gauge 10ft

    Regular Price: $6.00

    Special Price $4.80

    Wire Hitemp Up To 2055+F 17 Gauge 10ft
  • Wire Hitemp Up To 2055+F 21 Gauge 50ft

    Regular Price: $12.30

    Special Price $9.84

    Wire Hitemp Up To 2055+F 21 Gauge 50ft
  • Wire Hitemp Up To 2055+F 24 Gauge 50ft

    Regular Price: $7.80

    Special Price $6.24

    Wire Hitemp Up To 2055+F 24 Gauge 50ft
  • Stilt Mark Stone 3" x 1/2" Square

    $2.25

    Stilt Mark Stone 3" x 1/2" Square

    In ceramics we like to glaze the bottoms of any functional ware that might be washed in a dishwasher. Since the clay (earthenware) is porous, we need to seal it by glazing the bottoms.

    So we use a "stilt" to raise the glazed bottom off the kiln-washed shelf, after firing we are left with a mark from the stilt. 

    We use the Stilt Mark Stone to remove the stilt mark in the glaze.

  • Pyrolite Refractory joint and patch comp

    $35.56
    Pyrolite Refractory joint and patch comp
  • Glasses Safety Firing Green Lens

    $21.00

    Safety Glasses for Firing with Green Lens.

    Safety Glasses allow you to look inside the kiln without frying your eyeballs. Not needed below 1800 F but required when eye is not otherwise protected by eyeglasses. For torchwork or looking at cones in a gas kiln eye protection is needed.

    1. Stylish!
    2. Comfortable
    3. Sensible
  • Peephole Plug

    $8.70
    Peephole Plug
  • Peephole Plug

    $5.00

    Skutt Genuine Peephole Plug is to plug up the holes in the sides of your kiln, the holes are there to peep into. Be Careful!

    Q?  How do i use a peephole plug?

    1. When the kiln is heating up to 600 F leave them out so the gasses and water can get out.
    2. Plug up the holes leaving the top one out for ventilation.
    3. If you walk by the kiln and it is over 1800 feel free to plug up the top hole.
    4. When the kiln cools to say 500 F start taking the plus out to make the kiln cool slower. (wear a glove-HOT)
    5. I you have a vent system on your kiln leave all the holes plugged all the time. (except 4)