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Old 05-06-2013, 12:08 AM
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(once the insulation is on there are NO more cracks).
That you will see anyway.....
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Nice looking Igloo. and NO more cracks (once the insulation is on there are NO more cracks). Great Job.
Thanks D. If you dont see it then it aint there right.
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Some update from this past weekend, finished the stucco dome, installed the BBQ door and cleaned up the area a bit.




My little twist on the finish of the dome with bricks





Colored smooth stucco finish

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Old 05-13-2013, 09:28 PM
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polishing/smoothing out the finish



One side done





The bricks were acid washer, it came out very nice, cleans it up real well

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The next day



And here is a overview.


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Gudday
Love the random bare brick..., really in keeping with the style. Well done one ....of the most unique ovens on the forum!
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What Dave said! The brick on the dome is a great touch! That is a one heck of an entertaining area .
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Same here...
I really like how you've done the brick sections exposed in the render......was going to sort of use your idea for my oven as it just works. I was going to just match/use the bricks I have on my house.........showed the wife and she just didn't get it!!!
back to the drawing board.

I think it also works on the level that it breaks up the render/stucco area.....makes it blend in.....if that makes sense.
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Thank you gentlemen, Damon it is a nice touch but installing and stuccoing with bricks on a round dome takes some time gettig used to but its doable.
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Jesus Christ!!!! That's amazing looking, a work of art. Big congrats V-Wiz
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