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  1. My main issue is I'm required to wear dress pants and dress shirts to teach ceramics (thank goodness the concept of teachers wearing ties has finally passed). I like the idea of lab coat, but things have a tendency to soak through and still stain my dress clothes. I have the split leg denim aprons which work well but my kids are messy and I still end up with mystery stains on my arms and back. Denim coveralls might be the best solution.
  2. Before I go and reinvent the wheel, what are the best ceramic aprons/smocks you have found? I have the apron with the split legs which is good, but my arms still get gunky... (I'm a high school teacher that has to dress professionally while teaching ceramics all day - everything I own has stains) Ideally, I'd like the ceramic split leg apron with sleeves and a ton of pockets.... Thanks for your thoughts and ideas.
  3. Ok, anyone know what the heck size the allen wrench needed to adjust the attachable seat? Seems I have tried everything under the sun and can't find one that fits.
  4. Bingo. That's it. I never knew that it would only go to Cone 5. I will go ahead and check the elements/relays by running a ramp/hold as well. Thanks to all for the quick advice!
  5. Hey all, My school has a Skutt kiln that has been running fine doing low fire. I tried to do a cone 6 fire and received the dreaded E-1 error. The kiln is only 3 years old and is only used 4 months out of the year. It was moved to a new kiln room this year and it does have a downdraft vent, but the new kiln room is small with no windows and it gets VERY hot in there. Could the room temperature trigger an E-1 or is it definitely something inside the kiln? Thanks for the input!
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