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Old 05-27-2014, 07:49 PM
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I've had a bit of a look and I can't seem to find what mortar you used. Was it homebrew or proprietary?
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Old 05-27-2014, 10:32 PM
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About time you posted your head in the oven photo Texman. You know it is a ritual? The WFO gods get their sacrifice one way or the other. Post them during the build or your repairs later. Your choice Novaslo.............Glad to hear your repairs went well Texman.................I think The WFO gods will be happy.
Oh I have zero doubt that I will be heads in at some point. I will be sure and post photos.

It is already funny how much I am all over my stand and climbing here and there. You can't build these with out getting all up in it!!

Looking forward to getting dirty again this weekend.
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Repairs are holding to the inner arch
Cooked three times since and all seems well.

I used Alsey mortar for the build. Save money and use homebrew, I say. The failure was due to cracking not mortar failure though. The alsey cost $50 bag, so you can keep nearly all that with homebrew.

The sealer has failed on my flagstone counters, so I am in the process of redoing that.
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