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The Efcolor tea-light stove set, designed for baking Efcolor Cold Enamel Powders.
Clever little stove which only uses tea lights to heat it up. Rather than switching on your kichten oven for only a few little pieces, use this oven instead - save both time and electricity. Also perfect if you have a kitchen oven with a built in fan which can blow away the enamel powder!
We've also been told that this stove has been used successfully for small polymer clay projects - have a look at the video below!
Included in the set:
Posted by Paige on 29th Oct 2014
So useful for baking miniature polymer clay pieces - no electricity wasted for just a small piece and you don't have to wait for the oven to warm up! Just make sure to use less candles and don't place the pieces directly onto the surface, as the original temperature is too high for polymer clay (I put them on a small ceramic plate).
Bought it because of lack of space at university as an alternative to oven baking and it's so much simpler.
Very happy customer!
Posted by David on 5th Sep 2014
The product is perfect. I bought it basically to bake my polymer clay, and does it perfectly. Be careful and go playing with two or three candles, depending on the result you want to obtain.
The product arrived perfectly packed! I am very happy!
Thank you, MetalClay!
Posted by Diana Lambert on 25th Jan 2014
As I only have a fan oven which tends to blow the color powders off, I got one of these and can't believe how nice and easy it is and so economical only needing 3 tea lights!
The stand to use for doing the reverse side is too big - prongs too far apart to balance smaller items.
Posted by Lisa Bartlett. on 23rd Sep 2013
Lovely, small and compact, it works a treat! Its also great for drying clay in between any enamel projects! I agree that the lid isnt high enough, i had the same problem when enameling a ring (it stuck to the lid) so i bought a deep tin foil dish, curved the edges around and now i use that as a lid when doing anything tall.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Jun 2012
This is quite a good product, however I found that if you are trying to make a big piece (luggage tag or big round ones) the lid is not high enough. When you start doing the back on a stand the lid sticks to a piece. Was lucky enough to have similar size lid at home. Otherwise is a good for understanding a little bit of how the powder technique works.