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For many of you who bought a modular oven, you may have asked how we put the domes together when we build them. For those of you considering one of our ovens, we shot a video to make your install easier.
Is that a natural fiber Tampico or horse hair? I wouldn't use that to brush coals and ash before before pizza, its going to burst into flames. I scorched both of my copper bristle wood brushes from FB. No problems with the bristles, just the wooden heads. actually caught the 1st one on fire playing around trying to push all of the ash aside. I learned my lesson, at $35 a pop, you have to be quick and not play around.
brickie if that wears out ...i went to bunning and got a normal shed broom that looked very similar to the broom you have and all i have done is cut the handle off and made a bracket to lay the handle flat on the broom head from memory it cost me under $20 for the broom
it works a treat and is stiff enough to shift the ash off the brick
i have been using it for nearly a year and it hasnt caught fire yet
Shipping is just flat expensive anywhere. I have problems when shipping costs more then the stuff I want to buy and that is within the continental US. To ship overseas the costs and hassles greatly increase.
But even within the USA one business to the next have a great variance of price ranges for shipping.
Guess that's one of the pitfalls with online shopping.
My experiences with postage from the US is wide and varied, Amazon is the best, usually under $20, often nearer $12 but other well over $100 for only a small parcel.
Trying to buy from US ebay sellers who refuse to post outside of the US is just a joke and they deserve to get less than the product could sell for. It's not hard to write an Australian address on the label and include the cost of postage with the goods, where's there a problem?
Prevention is better than cure, - do it right the first time!
The more I learn, the more I realise how little I know