|Item Weight||12.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.2 x 8.2 x 7.6 inches|
|Item model number||600|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Included Components||1 Tub|
|Warranty Description||This product will be free from defects in material and manufacture for a period of eighteen (18) months from date of manufacture. rutland fire clay company makes no other warranties including, but not limited to, any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. user is responsible for determining whether the rutland fire clay company product is fit for a particular purpose and suitable for user's application. if this rutland fire clay company product is defective within the warranty period stated above, your exclusive remedy and rutland fire clay company's sole obligation shall be, at rutland fire clay company's option, to replace the rutland fire clay company product or refund the purchase price of the rutland fire clay company product.|
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Rutland 12.5 lbs Tub Castable Cement - Mix With Water (Fire Clay) 2200 degree
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- Easily fix large masonry holes or cracks in your indoor or outdoor fireplace, stove, or other heating appliance
- Build a solid fire pit floor or mold into custom firebrick shapes, the possibilities are endless
- No heat cure required making your project much easier
- 25 pounds will cast a 12" x 12" x 3" block
- For interior or exterior use, rated to 2,200 Degrees F (1,200 Degrees C)
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Rated up to 2200 DegreeF (1200 DegreeC). used to cast custom shapes, to Replace worn-out firebrick or fill large holes in the Masonry firebox.
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Photos: 1. Still wet after filling in the bottom gap. 2 & 3. Dried vertical sides and showing a bit of the bottom as well. You can see how much cleaner the work was on the bottom versus the vertical sides. If I was to do this again, I would have waited when realizing some of my mortar mixture was too thin to apply, and I would of had some type of bracing setup to hold in place. But if you find the "sweet spot," you wouldn't need any braces.
One note of caution: This and most cements/concretes contain ingredients that will dry out bare skin! Use gloves if your skin is on the sensitive side.