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  1. postalpotter

    Tell me it isn't so!

    The must be a wrong in my life that I have yet to make amends for? The foundation for my slab is ready and the materials arrived today. 52, 60# bags of cement, and 64 cinder blocks and 3 pieces of steel mesh. I was going to do the slab tomorrow. Took a 1/2 day off today and a whole day tomorrow to do the pour. I am pulling into my driveway when the owner of my firebricks calls and he is pissed. He just comes home after a weekend away and someone has stolen the bricks. Either he found a better deal and just shafted me or he is telling me the truth. When I told him Alligator Clay in Baton Rouge sells firebrick for $5.45 each he really had no idea how much his bricks were worth. I can still get k23's as many as I want but the cost of new firebrick is just to much. What am I going to do? I need a kiln I have to be able to fire my stuff here at home? Any suggestions as to how I can bisque fire my stuff and glaze fire at least to ^6 here at home I do not have 208v to my garage, so I am back to square 1 and am just not sure of my options.

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