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Heat resistant paint went on nicely, put a couple of coats on. Then with the help of a friend who's handy at DIY we managed to pull the...
Ah ok, gotcha.
Next step is to try to find a way to bend the flue out so I can move the stove away from the wall.
Ah yes that is fire cement. I bought the wrong colour but used it anyway as I knew the stove would be coming out.
What brown stuff? The patch behind the stove was burnt paint. Is that what you are referring to?
I have repainted over the bricks today with an enamel heat resistant paint. I would also like to try to move the stove further away from...
Np - thought the order of messages may have been inversed :)
It's "made from steel with a quality vitreous enamel coating"
Thanks - that's a good idea, would be a lot easier than trying to connect bendy flue pipes!
Bought from Machine Mart in UK:
500mm x 5" Straight Flue Pipe (N)
Whilst it may smell bad (stove or paint) - is it actually harmful?? With two kids in the house I don't wish to take any chances.
This weekend a friend and I took a closer look at the stove to try and ascertain the source of the smell. First, we used a gas blow torch...
Ah yes a heat gun, far more sensible.
Not heard of a IR thermometer before - but a quick look on Amazon reveals this:...
Thanks Webmaster - that's something I can definitely try.
And you're sure that won't degenerate under the heat as well? Is there any in...
Just to clarify, the stove hasn't been repainted, it's just a year old now.
I really don't think it's paint as I have burned it about 50 times and at very high temperatures sometimes. The smell doesn't seem to emanate from...
Hi, thanks for responses. I have burned it many many times since last year at high temperatures and 99.9% sure it's not paint from the stove. I...
Hi, I have a wood burning stove fitted into our lounge which continues to emit a harsh chemical smell which I don't believe is smoke. The stove...