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  1. I find that find that lifting shelves out of my Olympic 28/27 (circular 1/2 shelves) is a pain in the back. As I get older I don't think this will get better. I need a few more shelves anyways as my work tends to be shorter and I am not fully utilizing all of the space. So I figured I would buy some lighter weight shelves and gradually phase out the old ones. Currently I use mostly cone 6 glazes but will occasionally do an end soak which can register as cone 7. I am looking at CoreLight shelves as a possible solution? I would love something that is non-stick like Carbide but have never seen anything but square/rectangular and here they can have moisture issues. Is the CoreLight optimal or are there better solutions?
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