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Should you apply kiln wash to the bottom of an enameling kiln?

Kiln wash is widely used in enameling. It is applied with a brush to the kiln's firebrick bottom for protection against dripping enamels.

One application with a paintbrush should last several years. Applying the kiln wash takes just a few minutes.

When enamel drips onto the kiln washed bottom, let the kiln cool to room temperature. Then lift the enamel out with a screwdriver. A small section of kiln wash will flake off with the enameling. Apply more kiln wash to the bare area of the brick bottom where the enameling was removed.

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