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mikefromitaly
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paragon window

Postby mikefromitaly » Wed Apr 25, 2018 5:38 am

Hello friends,

during a fusing the window of my paragin sc2 with door and window become black and i am not able to see inside anymore?

what do you think happened?..and any way to restore the glass to look again inside?

thanks for support and collaboration,

mike
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Joyce Walters
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Re: paragon window

Postby Joyce Walters » Fri Apr 27, 2018 3:15 pm

Hi Mike.
Do you know what caught on fire in the kiln?
Maybe it was just smoke from the kiln paper not vented?
Joyce from MT

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Re: paragon window

Postby Ed Cantarella » Mon Apr 30, 2018 11:54 am

After trying to clean it, maybe try a little cerium oxide with a wet cloth. To polish the surface. Hopefully it is not ruined. :cry:
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mikefromitaly
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Re: paragon window

Postby mikefromitaly » Mon Apr 30, 2018 2:22 pm

Hi
Thank you.
I used thinfire paper of bullseye..and you are right.. Maybe was the fumes not vented.
It was not easy to clean but i did in the end.
So in which case i have to vent the kiln? And how?
(My paragon has a cone on the top?)
Thanks for your support and collaboration
Mike
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