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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by madison, Sep 21, 2008.

  1. IPLUMB

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    AWESOME install Love it!!!

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  2. madison

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    thanks funk, will be out fishing your way for two weeks starting 10/21, can't wait!
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    madison Minister of Fire

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    First burn of the 2nd yr, I know I am late, but the room was being repainted...

    Plus first burn with the new "Hog" gasket in place

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    9/22/2011 cleaning update - 2 yrs on the "Hog gasket" looks better than when I first tied it, it is now flattened by the weight of the baffle, but in great shape.
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    What's a hog gasket?
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    Member "Hogwildz" makes his own manifold gaskets for his Summit insert.
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  8. DianeB

    DianeB Feeling the Heat

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    Saw your link from a post to a newbie. I too just installed a bluestone hearth and wonder how to seal it. i don't want it to darken or make it shiny. there are supposedly matte sealers out there. wondering if you sealed it or now and how it has been working out for you

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