Ok so I found a place to get fire brick for $1.33 per brick (yellow) an a few cents more for the red. I will prob start after winter, but have a few questions.
1- Is this a good price for the brick?
2- Is yellow or red any better then the other?
This is what Id really like to know outta this post.
3- After you did your first build was there anything you thought of after, that you should have or shouldnt have done? So if you had a chance to redo your oven over, what whould you do different?
Oh yeah, how do you get the ash outta there after
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