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Old 10-03-2009, 02:04 PM
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Thanks for the reply, Neill. Now I'm more confused than ever. Maybe others can provide additional input.

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I believe you have a good bag of refratory mud. To check, mix a handful and let it dry overnight. If you can soften in water tomorrow, don't use it outside
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Mudologist,

Makes sense. Thanks for the logical advice.

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