Tim wrote:Fine job on the Brides pot liner Nort!~~
you are doing a fine job on the refit Congrats!
You must take care of my child that is now inside the Golden Bride. Don't come looking for me to pay any child support!!
nortcan wrote:SteveZee wrote:Nortcan, As you may have read, I'm in the process of converting my cookstove to coal and have sourced my parts. The guy I got them from in Maine here got me a box of stuff that looks like clay with grit in it. I think it's fireclay with silicates and alumina called refractory plastic. While I have not used it yet (stoves still burning wood in this cold spring weather) its seems like you mold it to the shape you want with a mallet or whatever. It softens up as you beat on it or "knead" it. Make the form you want and let it air cure for a couple days then a gentle fire to finish the cure. Just thought I'd throw that out there as it would work great for a round application (Think pottery!).
SteveZee, do the guy told you what was that product? Do you have the name of the product on the box? Was it from Bryant? Any infos are wecome. I'm preparing my ideas and will make some testings soon. Thanks.
nortcan wrote:Stevezee. Thanks for the reply. Is that product expensive? Do you have to mix it with water and do you know the temp. it can stand?