Papyros Shelf Paper Roll 5 to 20 Sheets 20.5 inch square Kiln Paper

SKU: 41514-F10
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Package Size: 10 Pack (20.5 x 20.5)

Papyros Shelf Paper Roll 5 to 20 Sheets 20.5 inch square Kiln Paper

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Papyros Shelf Paper Roll 5 to 20 Sheets 20.5 inch square Kiln Paper (41514-E)
Package Size: 10 Pack (20.5 x 20.5)

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Papyros Shelf Paper Roll 5 to 20 Sheets 20.5 inch square Kiln Paper

Only need restock of Papyros Kiln Shelf paper sheets by Spectrum Glass: Select 5 to 10 full sheets in 20.5 sqaure inches and get Free US Shipping! Papyros is a great Fusing Supply staple!

Multi-Packs: 5, 10, 15 or 20 Sheets of PAPYRUS Shelf Paper!

Dimensions: Spectrum Papyros Kiln Shelf paper:
20 1/2 inches x 20 1/2 inches (52.07 cm x 52.07 cm)

Thickness: .005" Thick

Spectrum Papyros shelf paper is glass fusing and you can easily cut it with scissors or fold and tear it to the desired size. Papyros kiln shelf paper stands up to full fusing without charring and is more durable for multiple firings than other kiln shelf products. Paypyro is a heat-resistant, lightweight ceramic-impregnated paper, which provides an excellent separation between the kiln shelf and the glass in kiln firing applications up to 1600 degrees. Imparts a fine matte texture to fused glass pieces. IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTE: ALWAYS wear a mask when using thin fire, especially when cleaning it up after firing it in your kiln because you do not want to breathe in the ceramic dust!. 
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Papyros Use & Clean Up 
1. Using a common cooking utensil: Spatula

2. Using a Shop Vac Because of its sturdy composition, PAPYROS provides excellent glass/kiln shelf separation on the first use, and frequently in subsequent firings, as well. How long post-fired PAPYROS retains its integrity depends on the type of glass used on the project underside (Opal vs. Transparent), the nature of the project (volume/construction), as well as the final fusing temperature (degree of glass movement in the kiln).  

Using Papyros with specific fusible glass:

Transparent Glass Base   With transparent glasses against the paper, your finished project can often lift cleanly away from the papered shelf, leaving the paper weakened, but intact. Carefully lift one end of the glass project to allow the Papyros on the shelf, leaving it flat and on the kiln shelf. You can achieve more than one firing of a fused glass piece. An exception, opal sheet glass does tend to stick to the kiln shelf paper on the 2nd or 3rd use of the papyros.  

Opal Glass Base  Because of its tacky nature, opals and opal-containing glasses tend to stick more to the paper as the hot glass expands and contracts — especially in a full fuse. It won’t affect your project, but you will likely need to replace the paper before firing on the shelf again. A good rule of thumb: if there is a tear or hole in the sheet,  it is time for a new sheet for your next kiln-fired project. 

Papyros Tip:

Reusing a Piece of Papyros   Because of their more tacky nature, opals and opal-containing glasses tend to stick more to the paper as the hot glass expands and contracts — especially in a full fuse. It won’t affect your project, but you will likely need to replace the paper before firing on the shelf again. A good rule of thumb: if there is a tear or hole in the sheet, then you will need to use a new sheet for your next project.