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Old 03-23-2012, 04:20 PM
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Default Re: Grinding oven floors - the 'mythical' perfectly flat oven floor.

As George notes, laying the bricks 45 degrees to the opening in a "herringbone" pattern will do the trick. Then try a peel on your floor to see if it works OK before you start in with a lot of grinding.

Unless they are way out of whack, you shouldn't have to do a lot of grinding.
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