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Old 06-25-2012, 03:37 PM
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What a great feeling dome is done, now moving on to the vent landing..
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It feels good to have the dome done, doesn't it? Congratulations!
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It sure does, thanks. Should I start curing it now or wait until I do the vent landing ?

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I'd do the vent/arch/chimney first. It gives your dome time to cure on its own. IMHO, the longer and slower you can cure, the better. Since it took me months to get my chimney and transition done, the dome had quite a long time to cure without applying heat. When I did fire it, the dome was nice and dry and I didn't experience any cracking.
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Thats true , im just getting real anxious. I will be starting the vent this weekend.

thanks azatty..
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