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Old 05-18-2013, 05:34 PM
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Ok, you've done the crucifixion, how about giving the guy a rest. Rule 3 asks us to be polite.
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Just doing my part to keep this valuable thread circulating!
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Polishing concrete:

A good thing to keep in the back of your mind is polishing concrete instead of using granite for the food prep and trim areas. Neil2 posted here (Flying Saucer) about the way he did his concrete grinding to a high standard.
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Lee, I added Neil's link to the polished concrete thread. Thx......
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Thank you so much for all your research! I really appreciate it. Can't wait to keep reading your thread.
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The risk of trying something new is less if you pattern your effort after someone who has been successful in the same endeavor.

Brickie in oz started a thread with good feedback about what members here would do differently next time they build an oven, its: here. (If you had the chance to rebuild your oven, what would you change?) Check it out, it will help you plan your oven build.
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Updated the list of typical oven builds done while sticking to the plans.
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