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What do you recommend for coating the kiln lid? Do you have any tips for avoiding the element coils of a glass kiln lid?

We recommend Paragon's Liquid Kiln Coating. Shake the container. Pour some of the coating into a bowl. Stir the coating just before you apply it to the firebrick lid.

Apply the coating with a large, soft sponge. First moisten the sponge with water; then squeeze out the excess water. Dip the sponge into the bowl of kiln coating. Wipe the coating over the lid surface. The coating should be very thin. You should still see the brick seams underneath. If the coating is too thick, it will flake off later.

Do not let excess coating run into the element grooves. Apply a light coat to prevent this. If the coating drips along the edges of the grooves, remove by wiping a cotton swab or rag along the groove.

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