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Old 11-22-2010, 02:42 PM
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Default Re: Exposing InsBlock 19 directly to oven interior

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Whatever, it works perfectly fine for me. It wouldn't sweat it if I were you. Go with what works best.

Oh, but don't skimp on your floor insulation. It's where I and many other FBers lose our heat the fastest. Vermicrete has less insulating power than the various "insulating boards" so add an inch or so for good measure.
Thank you for the advice. I did the 5:1 vermicrete 4 inches thick. It seamed like the vermiculite was floating to the top or it looked like less portland on top anyway. Hopefully I didnt get to much water in it. When I poured it it was like thick oatmeal. Is there a 1 inch insulating board you would recommend?
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