If firing higher, it is best to give a quick spray before the next run. Easy to trim to fit.
Use full strength. Very easy to prep and clean after. Experiment with a few shaped scraps between layers of glass as an inclusion.But not as economic. This is the most economical choice for heavy users. We use a hoover as it can be quite hazardous once fired. I also used up all off cuts making a jigsaw pattern, creating 3 extra circles from each sheet 28 in all from 1 sheet. No exposed mold or mold sticking to glass piece. Use full strength. I primarily make cabs for jewellery so use the paper in small amounts. How much better if this be sold in lengths rather than sheets of say 5 or 10 metres please! Then I carefully cut out my kiln paper to fit the shelf , lay it in the kiln then lay my pieces of glass to be fused on top then close the lid, programme it and let it get on with fusing my glass. Answer from Warm Glass There are 1mx10m rolls on the website, unfrotunately the rolls are not made in 50mm widths 5 out of 5 stars Monday 09 January, By Jenn Gowney - See all my reviews I love this paper, I can't be bothered with the faff of kiln wash and this is the perfect substitute! It is really great to be a member of these kind of groups. This is our best selling shelf primer. As a pensioner I need to look after the pennies. Also used for open face mold casting as it allows even fine detail to show without letting the glass stick to the mold.
Leaves a smoother finish than other cheaper kiln papers. Being me I save all offcuts to use in strips when firing smaller pieces.
BUT you can also make texture by cutting strips or shapes and placing under your glass - make sure they are the right side up though.