… in your ovens to keep the bottom from marking up your babies? I used to use paper towels but found that they leave little marks. TIA!!
I use a white towel or a receiving blanket
White fluffy washcloths, or hand towels
I saw someone crocheted something that sat right down in there and came up the sides. That’s what I would do.
I use a white dish towel
Someone makes them. I think they call them oven cozies?
Thats what I made for mine as well, a crocheted base that comes up the sides about 2 inches. I use wash rags the support the neck so the head doesn’t tip during baking.
When I used Genesis I just used a regular old kitchen towel. Never had any issues.
I used kitchen towels or washcloths until @hyelah1990 made me my little crochet “nuwave nest”.
I use a cut piece of pillow case, lol. It works though and leaves no marks
I use a cloth diaper
That’s it!! The Nuwave Nest!
I use an old towel. The only time I have had my parts left with towel marks was when I had heated the vinyl for too long. You may be baking it too long or the temp is too high. I always remove my parts immediately from the oven towel onto another one to completely cool. When I use my Nuwave, I bake at 265 for 3 minutes vs 8 minutes in my regular oven. You shouldn’t have to bake as long in the Nuwave because they are designed to cook faster than regular ovens.
I have a thermometer for my Nuwave and it takes about 6 mins to heat to 260. I’ve found if I don’t leave my kit in long enough the paint doesn’t set as well.
I use flour sacks. You can get a pack of them cheap from Walmart.
I understand. You definitely want the paint to be set. I’m sure each oven is different. I can barely touch my kit parts after 3 minutes in the NuWave. They seem to get much hotter than the ones baked in my regular oven.
That looks just like mine lol!
I use white hand towels from Walmart.
I use poly-fil in my oven.