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Old 09-14-2015, 10:10 PM   #1
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Dryer For Blasting Glass

The last time I blasted glass I had humidity issues and my glass was wet in my pot .
Had flow issues .
So i switched back to Corn Cob for a Log house .
I have used glass before one time with no issues but humidity was lower .
Does anybody have a reasonable fix ?
My media supplier told me it would cost almost $ 4k to add a dryer .
But i`m told there are other solutions less expensive for a dryer .
Asking if anyone else had this problem and what was your fix?

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