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  • Newby in the UK

    Hello all, I'm Pete and live in the North of England, near Manchester.

    This summer, I am building an oven in the garden with the help of my two kids. I will have lots of questions once I get going!

    I've only just started and am very taken with the Pompei oven plans, currently sourcing the fire bricks. I had a chat with a supplier today who suugested that it would be ok building the dome with regular sand and cement, then pointing the inside with fire cement. Anyone done this? Any opinions?


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    Re: Newby in the UK

    Why BP? Are you trying to save money?

    I'm sure there are better opinions here but me thinks there is not a lot of pointing needed with tight fitting bricks.

    I'd invest in a good high heat mortar mix....

    sigpicTiempo para guzarlos..... ...enjoy every sandwich!