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  1. Greetings! I am not new to pottery but new to working at home. I have a wheel and space, the problem is my house was built in 1927 and doesn't have updated wiring. I don't believe any of the outlets throughout the house are even grounded. I'm looking to purchase a kiln next and am wondering which direction I'd be better off going. My parents' house isn't far away (45 minute drive) and they have buildings on their property that would be great for housing a kiln. How feasible would it be to transport greenware in the car to their house for firing? And then do I need to babysit the kiln when it is firing? How long does that take? Otherwise, I'm sure I would need to do something to update the electricity in the basement - regardless of anything else I would need to add an outlet somewhere. I'm not sure I want to invest the kind of money it might take to have an electrician come in and do a lot of work (not sure I even have enough amps...). I'm sure I have more questions but that's all I can come up with at the moment!! Thanks in advance!
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