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    Hello everyone!! I'm ready to resume my build from last fall. I have my base and slab poured, but I have questions on the ratio and mixing of the vermicrete for my oven floor. I've seen anything from 1 to 5 to 1 to 12 ratio. Thanks.

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    Re: getting started in new prague mn.

    Ratio for supporting the hearth 5:1
    Ratio for dome insulation 10:1
    Regards dave
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