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    How do I protect the fb board under oven floor from getting wet

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    Re: water proofing fb board

    I assume you mean Forno Bravo board? Build a oven over it and then put a roof over that...I don't think it can be water proofed....just stop water from geting to it...
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      Re: water proofing fb board

      the dome enclosure should waterproof the entire dome once completed. During construction phase, tarps, tents etc. should be used to keep FB board dry. Small amounts of moisture are not going to be a problem; you just dont want it to get saturated.

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