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Old 01-09-2008, 07:42 PM
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Default Re: small fire but big day

George - I can't remember the brand name. Talk to your local paint dealer and get their advice. What you are looking for is a "water resistant" stucco.

Wayne - Fire it at lest once to full temperature before parging. Your dome will expand (but not contract). I did it the other way and when I fired it to full temperature the surface cracked. I had to seal and re-parge the cracks. Since then it's been OK.

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