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Default Inexpensive replacement inner fire resistant lining for pellet stove sought!

I have a faux brick lining inside my pellet stove that constantly
breaks up and crumbles away. I am looking for a cheaper and more
durable replacement. It doesn't need to look nice. Does anybody have
any ideas?
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fire resistant "concrete", we used that in Europe a few years ago, still
doing the job.

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I have a faux brick lining inside my pellet stove that constantly
breaks up and crumbles away. I am looking for a cheaper and more
durable replacement. It doesn't need to look nice. Does anybody have
any ideas?



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fire resistant "concrete", we used that in Europe a few years ago, still
doing the job.

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I have a faux brick lining inside my pellet stove that constantly
breaks up and crumbles away. I am looking for a cheaper and more
durable replacement. It doesn't need to look nice. Does anybody have
any ideas?


This sounds interesting! Is this something I can mix up? If so, can
you tell me who makes this?
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I'll try to find it, we did it 25 years ago for a pottery oven, it's still
working and has only one small crack, I'll see what the family in Europe can
remember.

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fire resistant "concrete", we used that in Europe a few years ago, still
doing the job.

"Cronion" wrote in message
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I have a faux brick lining inside my pellet stove that constantly
breaks up and crumbles away. I am looking for a cheaper and more
durable replacement. It doesn't need to look nice. Does anybody have
any ideas?


This sounds interesting! Is this something I can mix up? If so, can
you tell me who makes this?



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