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Old 06-01-2014, 02:53 AM
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Location: South Australia
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Default Re: cobblerdaves build

Thanks Dave,
Looks like the lifespan of Hebel is not an issue.
I still will try to apply your advice, though.
Just took a photo of my hearth bricks, which are of course pressed clay pavers with rounded edges.
They seem to beholding up OK.
The arch bricks are wire cuts, Littlehamptons. I have managed to chip a couple with the peel.
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