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Old 08-01-2009, 07:44 PM
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Default oven almost complete!

Hi guys a posted a few months back with arch issues, that I managed to over come, and i've used my oven a few times with great success, and i've finally got the thing rendered and 99% complete!
My final question is - now that it's rendered (acrylic render), i still need to paint it to seal the outside and keep water out, i've got a 10L tin of fence paint (water based)that's the right colour, is this ok to use? the outside of my oven never gets warm and i'm going to wait a few days for everything to completely dry out before i paint.

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