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  • squirting fire mortar into some cracks/voids

    so, it has been a couple of years since my build was completed. My buddy and I have been looking at some of the joints inside and have decided that I will have to climb in soon enough and squirt something in, or use a pointing tool and mush some stuff in what appears to be a void or crack. Basically, a place or two that looks like it really needs it.

    We have Atlantic Firebrick just north of town, that is where I got the more high tech supplies for my build, like the insulation, and the floor tiles. I did notice that they had other products like what I think I need for this job, but seem to have a memory of a small tub being like $60 or $120. I don't have any materials left from two years ago, so I guess I will have to let the wallet bleed a little.

    any thoughts?


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    Re: squirting fire mortar into some cracks/voids

    See if you can find a product called "Fire-pak" it is a wet refractory in a caulk tube, should run 10-12 bucks.


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      Re: squirting fire mortar into some cracks/voids


      I did a web search for the product you mention, but to no avail (do you have a link?). This stuff looks pretty good, and it seems to be more readily available: Fireplace mortar