I have a safety question. I’ve found all manner of glass that is
thrown out on a daily basis: coke bottles, depression glass, vases,
I realize that NONE of it is COE-90, and so I cannot count on any
reliable measure for time, temperature, etc.
But just how unsafe is it really to use anything other than
calibrated glass stock for melting in a kiln to make beads and such?
If not unsafe but just different, can anyone provide me guildelines
on how best to melt and fuse together bits of random recycled glass?
Thanks in advance,
Andrew Jonathan Fine