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What type of mortar for decorative arch?

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  • What type of mortar for decorative arch?

    What kind of mortar should I use for the decorative arch? I assume that I don't need to use refractory mortar. It looks like there are different types of standard brick mortar, and I was wondering which I should use.

    My intended end result is to look something like TheBadger's arch:
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    Thank you,

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    Re: What type of mortar for decorative arch?

    Stephen, this might be a little late, but many people have succesfully used standard Type S mortar for the decorative arch.
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      Re: What type of mortar for decorative arch?

      Thanks, Daren. That's what I ended up getting.

      I knew this was a really basic question, but I didn't want to do a lot of work only to find that I chose the wrong product.

      Anyhow, thanks so much for responding!