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Thank you so much, Danny!
Danny, what about mixing materials like glass and brick, or glass and sand, or glass and stone, would that work or explode?
I have also been playing around with a microwave kiln, and it's great fun! I use it for fusing sea glass to make sun catchers. After about ten minutes on high, I open the microwave door and just leave the kiln in there for one hour. Then I take it out and place it on a ceramic surface, still closed. One more hour before I open it. This way, I don't have to wear gloves.
Dorlis, the microwave you use with the kiln CANNOT be used for cooking, EVER AGAIN. I bought a new one for the kitchen and use the old one, in the garage, with the kiln. You can buy the kiln at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Fuseworks-FW849-Beginners-M...When you buy the kiln, you also have to buy kiln ceramic paper, to protect the kiln from the molten glass.
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I cut a slit on the inside of the glove index finger tip, and when I want to type I slide my finger tip out of the glove.
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