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    • Poppycat
    • By Poppycat 30th Oct 07, 12:36 PM
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    • 30th Oct 07, 12:36 PM
    Theres one called fire cement I also have a log burner and boy do the walls get hot nearby

    • Poppycat
    • By Poppycat 30th Oct 07, 12:37 PM
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    • 30th Oct 07, 12:37 PM
    Quick google finds

    http://www.fluesystems.com/sundries/info/fire_cement.htm
    http://www.purimachos.demon.co.uk/FIRE-CEMENT.htm

    • lolarentt
    • By lolarentt 30th Oct 07, 12:40 PM
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    • 30th Oct 07, 12:40 PM
    You can buy fire cement from any hardware shop (if you can find one!), B&Q and the usual DIY places.
  • flog
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    • 12th Oct 09, 9:45 PM
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    • 12th Oct 09, 9:45 PM
    You can buy good quality Vitcas Fire Cement directly from manufacturer
    look at vitcas.com
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