If you aren't invested in this person on some level, just say no. If for some reason you feel compelled to help this person I would charge them a flat rate of $100 for the firing. I would then write up a contract stating that he/she is responsible for any damage done to your kiln in the process of firing their piece up to, and including, the cost of replacing the kiln. Have them sign it and fire only their piece in the kiln.
Darcy KaneMember Since 29 Jan 2012
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