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What mixture was used to "seal" chimney flue fire in 90's?

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by Rhone, Apr 24, 2013.

  1. Rhone

    Rhone Minister of Fire

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    I had a chimney fire in the 90's, all I remember was I got a national chimney company that had a special process to repair the flue. They put an inflatable tube down the chimney, inflated it, then poured a mixture while very slowly pulling this tube out of the chimney. They kept pouring the mixture in while slowly pulling the tube out and what I was left with was a repaired chimeny... any damaged flue tile(s) covered by this mixture.

    Does anyone know what that mixture was? I want to use that flue for natural gas boiler but they need to know what lining the material is. Thanks

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