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Wine Bottle Slumping Molds

Wine Bottle Glass Slumping Mold 3167
3167
Wine Bottle Saggar
15 1/4 L x 4 1/2 W x 1 3/8 Deep
$23.95
Wine Bottle Glass Slumping Mold 3167S
3167S
Short Wine Bottle Saggar
13 1/2L x 4 1/2 W x 1 3/8 Deep
$23.95
Wine Bottle Glass Slumping Mold 3167DB
3167DB
Double Wine Bottle Sagger
15L x 8W x 1 1/2 Deep
$39.95
Wine Bottle Glass Slumping Mold 3176
3176
1.5 Liter Bottle Saggar
17 3/4 L x 6 7/8 W x 1 3/8 Deep
$26.95
Wine Bottle Glass Slumping Mold 3176S
3176S
Short 1.5 Liter Bottle Saggar
15 3/4 L x 6 7/8 W x 1 3/8 Deep
$26.95
Wine Bottle Glass Slumping Mold 3174
3174
Large Bottle Saggar
16 L x 9 W x 1 3/8 Deep
$26.95
Wine Bottle Glass Slumping Mold 3196
3196
Bottle Saggar
10 L x 4 1/2 W x 1 3/8 Deep
$21.95
  

Dont Forget Bullseye Primer!!

1# - $7.95
5# - $19.95

Instructions
Apply 2-3 thin layers of Bullseye Shelf Primer.
Set your completely cleaned bottle in mold.
Fire to cone 016 or 015
Once the kiln has reached maximum temperature and the cone has tripped your kiln off, flash cool. Crack your lid an inch until your kiln has cooled to 1000 degrees or most of the orange glow is gone.

Every 3 or 4 firings wipe off used Primer with a dry sponge and reapply.
If your kiln does not cool down quick enough devitrification, a silver hasing may occour. Supper Spray sealer can be applied to your bottles before firing to avoid this.
Wine Bottles in a Kiln