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  1. I opened my kiln at 400 (I know, I know) and then grabbed my gloves where a plastic pen was nestled. The pen flew into the kiln and slid down between the shelves and walls to settle towards the bottom and melt away. I quickly emptied the kiln (fortunately, it wasn't very full) and then with a metal paint scraper scraped up the remaining glob of pen. It smelled terrible. Once it was all cooled, I used a silicone carbine brick to clean off the shelves. I also used that to scrape some of the pen off the walls of the kiln. There are still remnants of pen, like a thick layer of paint, on the base o
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