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Old 09-02-2018, 01:17 PM
Jesse Bogenrief Jesse Bogenrief is offline
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Glass in the tank

Looking for advise on how to handle the glass i have in my furnace. I went out of town and my furnace shut off while i was gone. It got down to 400 or so degrees and was off for about 30 hrs. i slowly brought it back up and want advice on the glass. Is it useable? Is there certain precautions i should take or issues to watch out for? i understand it will have ropes and other nasty things but can i run pumpkins and ornaments out of it? Is it fine? should i anneal it different? Thank you
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