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fire brick for dome and cooking surface, or refrack concrete mix for the same on a pizza oven.

Started this discussion. Last reply by stonecutter Mar 26, 2013. 4 Replies

I am helping a contractor friend of mine build a outdoor pizza oven, and i'm trying to decide about laying down fire brick for the cooking surface, and laying an arched firebrick dome, or  pouring…Continue

decoratively filling a curved joint

Started this discussion. Last reply by jeffery pflum Dec 8, 2012. 5 Replies

I have a slightly curved joint that I need to fill to finish to two pieces. It is exactly 1/8" wide at the bottom of the joint any anywhere from 1/4" to 3/8" at the face from the slight radius edge…Continue

brass inlay strips

Started this discussion. Last reply by jeffery pflum Nov 13, 2012. 6 Replies

does anybody have any special place to buy brass strip bars that I see in drainboards and for areas in c-top where people would put hot pans on? I having trouble finding anything on google.Continue

Black sandblasting crystals

Started this discussion. Last reply by jeffery pflum Aug 13, 2012. 4 Replies

Has anybody used any black crystals for sandblasting as aggregate for any G.F.R.C. projects? I obtained 150 lbs. of them, I thought they would help in a deep black color mix design I could lightly…Continue


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At 6:28am on May 19, 2010, Bobby said…
Thank you for the comment Jeffery. The owner paid a hefty price for that bowl sink. I think more than the countertop itself.
At 8:02pm on May 6, 2010, Graciela Petroni said…
Hi! No, I don´t use anything, absolutely. The leaf takes a certain curvature itself.
And there are no patterns in brain; there are in Nature. I only take a truck of them!
At 7:44pm on May 5, 2010, Graciela Petroni said…
Hi Jeffery, and thank you!
At 12:29pm on February 2, 2010, jeffery pflum said…
hey brandon. how difficult was it to polish the light sanded area,as apposed to the area's around your inlay's?i see that you cut your edge pieces around the inlay's on the frount edge,was that because you polished or ground that area more?i could use some experience because i have a lot of inlay's on my wife's kitchen table that i would like to turn out as nice as yours looks.
At 1:09pm on December 6, 2009, Brandon Lee Trudell said…
that piece was cast on a piece of tempered hardboard. I coated it with Tre-wax but it still swelled really bad. There is no glass in that piece. The pattern has the inlays and the natural aggergate exposed and the rest has a light sand exposed finish. Intergal color was 2% Iron oxide black. I have moved on to using panelboard since then.

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