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    Hi there

    Just a quick line from a complete novice. I have looked at length at many threads posts and websites. Going to build a Pompei oven.

    I noted some posts that mentioned the use of steam to harden and fix the concrete more rapidly and making it stronger. If I used a slow cooker (lid removed) or an electric kettle to steam the oven to initially help to dry the oven out and cure it. Would this do a good job of strengthening and tempering the oven as an initial stage and then use the 100 degree increases as detailed numerous times - any thoughts?

    Looking forward to pizza and breads by Christmas.
    Last edited by waikato pizza; 11-11-2012, 12:41 PM.