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Kiln Help - Can I build one?

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i'll mention...that in this scenario there is very often alot of other studio related materials there as well, glazes, tools, bats, SHELVES and FURNITURE (expensive)..might be worth your while to go for the pickup, or at least ask...

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i'll mention...that in this scenario there is very often alot of other studio related materials there as well, glazes, tools, bats, SHELVES and FURNITURE (expensive)..might be worth your while to go for the pickup, or at least ask...

 

 

True, my friend said there were a bunch of ceramic pieces that went with it, I'm assuming they were shelves. Not sure I can be there for the pick up but I'll see if I can get him to check for other stuff when he picks it up.

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Congratulations. And yes, you'll find help here for getting things working.

 

best,

 

..........................john

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