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Posted 20 May 2013Wow. The hornet's nest sure got whacked a good one!
I suspect the original poster does not frequent any of the political forums, either Right or Left. This site is a (lower case) tea party compared to them. With an occasional drop in by the Mad
Posted 29 Mar 2013Those Kruzite can be great bricks-I sold a 1000 of those 9 inch wedge like in your photo back in the 70s to a guy in Alturas Ca.
My salt kiln area around kiln has some from a 40 foot diameter rotating lime kiln-they are 4 1/2 x 9x9 and where coated with slag -you can see them in the 4th photo around kiln area.
Are you planning on using those bricks?
Thanks for the info!
No immediate plans, so I guess they are for sale- I got them along with the property.
Here's a photo of two bricks that were not stored outside. No markings that i can detect. They are 2x4.5x9
And there are these "shelves" that I have no idea of what they are. Agin, any help appreciated.
Posted 28 Mar 2013I have a "bunch" of unused brick. They have been stacked outside for about 10 years; I assume with some pressure washing they would be like new again. Most are unmarked, some have 2W clearly stamped, and a name that is _RUZITE_ _ _. Any ideas of what they are?
Posted 23 Mar 2013Do it the same way you stretch canvas on canvas stretchers, For painting. There are probably videos galore.
Posted 9 Mar 2013The big problem with "stone" is the freeze/thaw cycle. That is how mighty mountains turn into clay. Check the absorption rate of the body you plan to use. Glazing puts an impervious "skin" over the clay.
When all else fails, use the Google.
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