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    I just put my ceramic fiber blanket on my 32" build.

    Is there any product that I can spray on the blanket
    to minimize the dust and fibers from being blown around? I don't plan
    on doing stucco for about one week and would like to minimize
    the fiber dust.

    Any ideas?



  • #2
    Re: Please help?

    Hmmmm. Don't think I have seen this question come up before!

    Mine was exposed for a few days before I covered it and I don't remember any fiber dust problems.

    Why don't you just cover it with a tarp?


    • #3
      Re: Please help?

      Yes there is it's called ceramic rigidizer comes in a liquid style sets any loose fibres also used for fire rope so could be used for a thermal break expensive stuff though hope this helps
      link to my effort http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f8/7...art-20707.html

      "95% reading this forum 5% building"


      • #4
        Re: Please help?

        Agree with Boer, just buy a cheap painter plastic drop cloth at the big box store and call it good.

        Link to my Picasa Album


        • #5
          Re: Please help?

          Thanks everyone.


          • #6
            Re: Please help?

            What can I say you have the answers you need. this sight is just the best.
            Cheers Colin

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