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Dome Installation Video - Casa / Premio / Modena

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  • Mortar Joint Application

    My arches, backwall, and other brick joints are very small, a perfect dry fit almost. Could one use a very small notched trowel to evenly apply the refractory mortar to these joints? or is the pattern left in the mortar troublesome?

    Thanks

    Derk

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    Re: Mortar Joint Application

    You want a full bed of mortar. Make your mortar loose (wet) and spread it evenly.

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