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  • Insulation

    Hello all, my name is mark, I contributed a while ago the forum about building a brick oven, I just finished the brick dome of the oven. I donít have access to many types of insulation materials because I live in Santiago rep Dom. What can I use for insulation for my oven? Or better yet what is the next step l should follow after building the dome? Thanks everyone

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    Re: Insulation

    Mark - can you purchase vermiculite? It's sold at gardening supply stores. You could buy the blankets that all lot of are using, but I don't know a damn thing about your import laws. These are two of the obvious that comes to mind.

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