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Old 06-20-2013, 10:29 AM
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Yeah something like it
Is that an optimistic or pessimistic, answer????
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Old 06-20-2013, 05:37 PM
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Hahaha,optimistic or pessimistic Ill let you know when I'm finished.


Well its not going to be exactly the same as you can tell from the arch, but its going to look something like it. corner build ,boxed in ,rendered wooden bench tops and even the Spanline roof.

It should look good anyway
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Old 06-20-2013, 05:49 PM
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I think it is looking great already.

I love the idea of timber bench tops. You should be able to find some good timber around there. I remember a long time ago we bought a slab of hoop pine from a timber mill at Coutts Crossing to make a dining table.
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Thanks Sharky, Im happy with how its turning out.

Yours is a great looking build to say the lest with and that back drop wow! Did you end up finishing it?
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I have a question on oven brushes where the best place to get them and whats better Brass or natural bristles ?
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Good point! So does anyone know of a good place to get natural fiber brushes?The damp mop is more for bread making right?

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I use an Oates SHAPED BRICKIES BRUSH B-18205 - works really well and seems to be lasting fine. Not real common so I had to search around but ended up getting some old floor stock from a cleaning equipment shop at quite a discount.

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Old 06-21-2013, 06:19 PM
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Good point! So does anyone know of a good place to get natural fiber brushes?The damp mop is more for bread making right?
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Not really. Your picturing using a domestic mop large and full of water!
What I use is a broom handle with some strips of cloth wired to the end I replace them next use. I usually use old towel 6 strips 50 mm wide is plenty. Wring it out and wipe the hearth the steam from the mope lifts the ash and it floats on a raft of steam in front of the mop , cool to watch, and satisfies the child bride the hearth is truly clean. I don't believe it takes the heat from the floor anyway its replenished by the reflected heat from the flames instantly.
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Old 06-22-2013, 04:45 AM
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I use a brickies brush. Natural fibre with a wood back. Bunnings @$16. I fitted another block of wood on the back and fitted a 22mm dowel handle in a hole drilled at the appropriate angle with a spade bit.

It works fine to move ash after the coals etc are out of the way. There isn't enough ash after sweeping to worry about. Like any other non metallic brush it will probably make a dog noise (woof) if you get it too close to the fire.
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Sounds good Steve, ill check out bunnings tomorrow .
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