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Anyone use red firebrick?

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  • Anyone use red firebrick?

    Does anyone have experience with red firebrick? The mason/tilesetter ordered them. They look like firebrick--no indents--and they have yellow flecks throughout the reddish base material. It's not too late to exchange them for yellow firebrick. Thanks!

  • #2
    Re: Anyone use red firebrick?

    Plenty on here have used red firebrick, check out the pic section.

    Welcome to the group..


    • #3
      Re: Anyone use red firebrick?

      I used red - my supplier had red or yellow and he said they were identical in terms of composition.
      "You better cut the pizza in four pieces because I'm not hungry enough to eat six."

      -- Yogi Berra

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        Re: Anyone use red firebrick?

        ditto on the red fire brick. i used splits ( 1 1/4 " high ) over 500 pieces in the dome worked great . used splits because we had them left from a huge job that required over 2550 fire brick .