wsherrick wrote:Yes, there is various quality of mica. I buy mine from Ashville, Mica Company. It is high quality mica for a reasonable price. Click on link below.
freetown fred wrote:So your mica only lasted 1 season or is this for the new stove?
wsherrick wrote:You can double up the mica in your windows if you want to. I have seen that done before. I don't see any reason to do that except if it makes you feel better then do it if you want.
nortcan wrote:wsherrick wrote:You can double up the mica in your windows if you want to. I have seen that done before. I don't see any reason to do that except if it makes you feel better then do it if you want.
According to you, have you ever seen someone having problems with mica, I mean, mica broken from the heat? That is for a bouble safety I wanted to double up the mica for the Baltimore Heater.
smithy wrote:Pierre i am glad your heath is restored (and Oh what a Cure) !
1 i have used two micas the strenth is better but thee is a loss of clarity
2 i belive some cleaners may cause mica to weaken
3 micas i obtained from http://www.mcmaster.com/#mica/=iyuf7e. Clear film is the one i chose
Hope this helps
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