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Old 2015-10-15, 8:24pm
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Be aware the kiln isn't as much an issue ventilation wise as is the glass melting at your torch. Many of the glasses are made with chemicals toxic to breathe (copper, cadmium and cobalt to name a few) and you definitely want adequate ventilation there as well! Do a search here on LE: there's a ton of threads about it and what you can do.

And...are you using a dual fuel torch? If so, you do NOT want a tank of propane in the house; on the off chance it blows you can kiss everything in house (including the people) goodbye. Those babies seriously explode.

Oooo, and what kind of pups??


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