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After searching all of the local brick suppliers for fire clay and shaped bricks, I have finally gotten in touch with a local supplier of pottery supplies. They have kiln supplies including dry milled fire clay, insulation, fire brick, etc.
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Old 12-29-2010, 06:08 PM
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After searching all of the local brick suppliers for fire clay and shaped bricks, I have finally gotten in touch with a local supplier of pottery supplies. They have kiln supplies including dry milled fire clay, insulation, fire brick, etc.
Sounds good! If its not too late, you might contact a local refractory....They have most of the things you will need.
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