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Hi Lee, Bill and others on this thread -
Would the warm soda ash, calgon water, etc. be ok in an electric kiln, or
would the sodium released be too damaging to the elements? This sounds
like an effect I have liked the look of, wanted to try but didn't know how.
Veronica on Thetis
Karen Gringhuis on fri 21 feb 97
Alfred Univ. Kiln Expert advises not to do this in elec. UNLESS the pot is
enclosed in a saggar because with no saggar, yes, it will damage elements.
Sam Tomich on sat 22 feb 97
Karen Gringhuis wrote:
> ----------------------------Original message----------------------------
> Alfred Univ. Kiln Expert advises not to do this in elec. UNLESS the pot is
> enclosed in a saggar because with no saggar, yes, it will damage elements.
Can you fire in a saggar in electric without damaging the elements? I
was told not to. How can you keep all the fumes from getting out? By
saggar I am thinking of a clay box w/lid. I am content to get milk from
my electric cow, but if I can ride it like a horse, it'd be mighty fine.
Sam in Hawaii, where it's orange blossom time and the air smells sweet
but a cold breeze is keeping me indoors.