I might suggest getting a bee hive kiln, they're only $100+. I have a
poor success rate with a torch, and usually just pit the enamel when
directing the torch down at the piece. Tough call...
Susan Chenoweth wrote:
Anyone have any ideas/suggestions? Is it better to concentrate the torch on
the bottom of the piece rather than playing across the enamel? All comments
are greatly appreciated!
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