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PostPosted: 06 Dec 2010 3:03 
Hello, I would like to
dressing of red brick chimney, leaving most apparent opposite, that which is rough. Can you polish it and nuke it for a nest is not dust ?
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PostPosted: 06 Dec 2010 4:08 
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Good evening,
There are two solutions:

Email if your cold packs are not subject to the action of fire, and baked enamel otherwise!

(to my knowledge..)

:-)
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PostPosted: 06 Dec 2010 6:17 
hello,
bricks will be subjected to heat enough in places since Fortres will be used to cover the shelf in front of a fireplace.
your solution sounds interesting, how s applies the enamel in the oven?
I was advised of beeswax as well, but I fear the action of fire
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PostPosted: 06 Dec 2010 6:54 
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Hello ,

Beeswax?
Yeah, nothing burns better.. it will make a supplementary heat source!
No, seriously, enamel arises hot oven, for that you need to see a enamel, or an artist potter who may be able do you fee.
It takes a very hot oven (700/1300 ° along the field glazed) and a good technique to do so.
But the result is 100 years!

:-)
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PostPosted: 06 Dec 2010 9:08 
thank you,

I hope to take 100 years! by then, I'll look for a bricklayer in my area.
good day
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PostPosted: 06 Dec 2010 10:44 
hello

there are products polishers for such material. The problem, if it is, it will be the fireplace, especially the heat they emit.
But why not try?


Inquire !
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PostPosted: 06 Dec 2010 12:27 
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"You can see also exist if the radiator transparent paint (or glue radiator?) for applying a transparent layer as" vitrified " on the outside, which will completely remove the porous side. "

These products will not hold the 700 ° of a mini fire!


addition they may release toxic products during combustion. In my opinion, to avoid
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PostPosted: 06 Dec 2010 14:10 
From what I understand they are the bricks that are inside :-)


And just a log that goes beyond, and the flame is over 700 ° !
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