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Old 07-09-2009, 05:29 AM
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Default Re: vermiculite to portland cement

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I snet this to you in a private e-mail but didn't receive a reply. I just wanted to make sure you got message about the size of the firebricks from Homer Godfrey. I'm returning my bricks this morning...

Ugh! I picked-up 125 firebricks only to find out when I got home that they are only 8 1/4" long! I made plans for the 9" firebricks! I think they're only 4" wide too as opposed to 4.5". I noticed before I unloaded them so I'm bringing them back tomorrow morning.
Sorry if I mis-informed you. They call these regular firebrick where I think the 9" x 4.5" are full firebricks. New Haven Masonry has the full firebricks for $1.25 per brick. I thought there was something peculiar about the $0.99 per brick...
I did get the fireclay. Two 50lb bags. It was little more than I thought it would be - $18.53 per bag.

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