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  • heat stop used for vermicrete

    I have some left over, has anyone used it in a vermicrete outside dome insulator vs straight portland/vermiculite

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    Re: heat stop used for vermicrete

    I would stick with Portland. Portland is dirt cheap and doesn't have the sand and other fillers added to it like mortar does. Save the HeatStop for a few months in case you need to make any minor repairs.
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      Re: heat stop used for vermicrete

      Originally posted by Ken524 View Post
      I would stick with Portland. Portland is dirt cheap and doesn't have the sand and other fillers added to it like mortar does. Save the HeatStop for a few months in case you need to make any minor repairs.
      100% agreed.

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