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David D 12-07-2010 09:46 AM

Anyone need Fire Clay (San Diego)
 
I have a bag+ if anyone in San Diego is starting an oven.

SoCalBri 01-27-2011 01:42 PM

Re: Anyone need Fire Clay (San Diego)
 
I am thinking about building one. How much are you selling it for?

David D 01-28-2011 07:46 AM

Re: Anyone need Fire Clay (San Diego)
 
how does $10 sound? i think there is one unopened bag and another half bag. Also a few firebricks laying around i can throw in if you want them.

SoCalBri 01-28-2011 01:59 PM

Re: Anyone need Fire Clay (San Diego)
 
ok, I will let you know. Where are you located?
Also, where did you get your firebricks?

David D 01-28-2011 03:30 PM

Re: Anyone need Fire Clay (San Diego)
 
Im by SDSU/La Mesa

i got the firebricks from different sources, on CL, and RCP.

jersey 02-24-2011 12:34 PM

Re: Anyone need Fire Clay (San Diego)
 
im in la mesa and just starting an oven project would love to see yours and talk about your build. also if you still have the fireclay id be interested thanks

SoCalBri 02-24-2011 07:26 PM

Re: Anyone need Fire Clay (San Diego)
 
Ha. We are all in the la Mesa area. I live by helix high school. I am still trying to figure out location, size, and oven style. I want to do it on the cheap, so I am trying to figure out how to cut the bricks with out a tile saw. The most important thing is, I have to convince the wife.

eprante 02-26-2011 06:56 PM

Re: Anyone need Fire Clay (San Diego)
 
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All right!! 2 new oven builders right in my neighborhood. I am in El Cajon and finished my oven ( except for the mosaic) last summer. SoCalBri- the tile saw is really a work saver. It is on sale now at HF for $200. Thompson building materials, in Lemon Grove had the best prices on fire bricks that I found. I forget what I paid but it was about a 1/3 less than any other source I found locally. If you are doing this project on a budget, use the home brew mortar, and vermicrete ( though the ceramic blanket really rocks as an insulator, and you don't save a ton of money compared to doing the vermicrete over the whole dome. My build thread is listed under Eric's WFO Build. Any questions send me a message.
Good Luck,

Eric

David D 03-08-2011 09:27 AM

Re: Anyone need Fire Clay (San Diego)
 
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To the several people that expressed an interest in the Fire clay, i still have it, i was waiting for the first person that expressed an interest to reply to a PM, but whomever replies to the thread next gets it.

thanks....

alphaphaedrus 07-11-2011 06:17 PM

Re: Anyone need Fire Clay (San Diego)
 
Hi there,

new to the forum about to start my project and gathering supplies. The fire clay is the refractory mortar right? I'd love to take it off your hands. Do you still have it somehow?


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