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  • Uses for fire brick dust

    Hi All,

    Any ideas for using fire brick dust left over from fire brick cutting?

    I've been cutting bricks as needed and have developed quite a pile of residual dust from the tile saw.

    Can I use it to fill small gaps in my oven floor between bricks? Are there other, better uses? Should it be applied dry or wet?

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    Re: Uses for fire brick dust

    You can use it as a fine aggregate for your mortar.
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