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Old 01-21-2011, 01:53 PM
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Default Re: Pompeii Style, Perth WA (help)

I think the blanket was about an inch in thickness (it was the FB blanket material) so it totaled 4 inches. Its amazing, the inside can be over 900 degrees and the outside is whatever the outside air temperature is. Then I used chicken wire on top, then three, maybe four layers of stucco. The first layer, the brown coat, I mixed fibers into it so it was stronger, before scratching it. I scratched each layer until the final coat, just because it can only help the adhesion of the successive coat.
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