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    just loaded up 200 used fire bricks that are fair to rough shape that half were buried in the dirt. I guess that they were sitting outside for 10 years, needing cleaning up... Is it worth it to spend the time on these bricks. How do you know the integrity of each brick if it matters. Seems like there all similar but some did feel heavier than others, and if they are ok whats a proper way to clean them up.Trying to save money but at the same time quite an effort to bring bricks up to par if possible and how is it gonna effect the product!!!!!!Thanks for any help I neeeeeed as much as possible.