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  • Hello from London


    I just had a ready built oven installed - i know thats not as good as building myself but at least this way i know it will work!

    Haven't had much success with it yet - but if it was too easy it wouldn't be fun right?

    Would love some advice on how to stop it getting wet - can I tile it? Or paint it with something? Its got a builders bag over it at the moment which doesn't look great...

    Thanks and would love to know thoughts!


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    Re: Hello from London



    A link to a current discussion on that same thing

    Regards Dave
    Measure twice
    Cut once
    Fit in position with largest hammer

    My Build
    My Door


    • #3
      Re: Hello from London

      Cheers Dave
      You're oven looks great - maybe i'll try building one myself next time..

      Looking at the other thread it looks like the only real option is to build a cover over it so going to do that. I'll post a picture when its done.

      Thanks again for the reply