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    Hello Everyone,

    I am a potter and I have been trying to make a BBQ for a while now. I have just purchased Rutland's Refractory Cement for the liner of my BBQ. It will be my first attempt. Also, after reading the posts I bought some rebar wire to put in the cement mixture to avoid the cracks. Hope I am on the right track. However, I have 1/2 gallon how much wire should go into the mixture? I know it is 2%. What is 2% of 1/2 gallon? Anyone have an answer I would appreciate it.
    The outside of the BBQ is made of Raku clay.

    Here is a picture. I call it Dark Rose....

    Connie, the potter