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Old 09-26-2012, 01:35 PM
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Thanks Dino,

The SS chimney portion with the cap is 36", the brick portion from the top the the vent arch to the SS chimney is 12" so I guess 48" from top arch vent to cap.
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Old 09-26-2012, 07:05 PM
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Spent a couple hours polishing the counter top. What a wet and messy job, wore an industrial weight rain coat from work but no rain pants. So I was soaked from waist down. Used a 5" wet angle sander with a 50 grit resin diamond pad. Turned out fairly decent. Concentrated on front and side sections first since I did not know the life of the resin pads. Anyway not to bad for a rookie pour/polish. Kind of colorful...........
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Ya I'm pretty sure I figured that out tonight it would be the 49" ext. layout?
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The looks so great! Sounds like a messy job but well worth it for the beautiful counter.
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Old 09-27-2012, 10:34 AM
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Thanks Dino and DJ,

Going to continue with the 50 grit then work my way to the finer grits. Going to seal with a lithium sealer which is suppose to be food safe. Running out of good weather, mountains got 3-4" snow this week.
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Nice work on the countertop there!
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Thanks Tu,

A lot of dollars spent on what was inside the colored glass I used for the counters....LOL
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Russ...you just keep unveiling more and more beautiful layers!

Very, Very good work!

It's just great, isn't it, to try something you never have before and it comes off.
Hard work, but you seem to revel in pushing your own limits.
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Hey Bookem,

Thanks for the kudos, how's your end coming along? I have been told I have tinkeritest by people who know me. Always some project........
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