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    1-Gallon Tub of Buff Colored Fire Clay

    46.95
    List Price: $59.99
    Sale Price: $46.95
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    • One gallon of buff-colored fire clay
    • High temperature furnace/refractory cement that withstands up to 2700 degrees Fahrenheit
    • Pre-mixed in a heavy body, but with smooth consistency
    • Use to fill gaps and holes in masonry, for installation and repair of fireplaces, furnaces, wood or coal stoves and boilers, or preventing air and gas leaks in flue and chimney joints
    • Bonds metal to metal, masonry to masonry and masonry to metal
    • To obtain maximum hardness it is best if heat cured
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Rutland
    Part Number: AW-6012
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: RUT-AW-6012
    UPC: 00022624060123

    Features

    • One gallon of buff-colored fire clay
    • High temperature furnace/refractory cement that withstands up to 2700 degrees Fahrenheit
    • Pre-mixed in a heavy body, but with smooth consistency
    • Use to fill gaps and holes in masonry, for installation and repair of fireplaces, furnaces, wood or coal stoves and boilers, or preventing air and gas leaks in flue and chimney joints
    • Bonds metal to metal, masonry to masonry and masonry to metal
    • To obtain maximum hardness it is best if heat cured
    This August West Fire Clay comes in a one gallon tub and is Buff colored. This fire clay is high temperature furnace or refractory cement that withstands temperatures of up to 2700 degrees Fahrenheit. This formula is pre-mixed in a heavy body, but has a smooth consistency. Use this clay to fill gaps and holes in masonry, for installation and repair of fireplaces, furnaces, wood or coal stoves and boilers, or preventing air and gas leaks in flue and chimney joints.


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    Customer Questions & Answers
    By Kelly from San Antonio, TX on December 3, 2012
    Is this appropriate for sticking cobblestone to hardiebacker fireplace surround? The average weight of the stones is 5 lbs. We will be grouting gaps between rocks later with colored grout. Does this come in nutmeg color?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 4, 2012

    Answer:
    This product can indeed be used for this purpose. It will of course be necessary to support the stones for as long as possible when adhering each of them into position. This product is only offered in the buff coloration.

    By Jeanie from TX on May 7, 2015
    Is this 1-Gallon tub of Buff colored Fire Clay good for making an outdoor pizza oven?

    By Brennan W. on May 8, 2015

    Answer:
    According to the manufacturer, this product can be used in an outdoor pizza over. They did stipulate that you should not lay food directly on the cement.

    By Sam from WA on July 11, 2015
    I am building an outdoor fire pit from stones of varying sizes that are from the surrounding beach. Will this 1-Gallon tub of Buff Colored Fire Clay work to cement stones in place?
    By Will M. on July 13, 2015

    Answer:
    The manufacturer does not recommend this in an outdoor application. I (as well as the manufacturer) would highly recommend the Castable Refractory Fireplace Cement for it's ease of use and durability. Also, the product does not require heat-curing.

    By Kristen from Vilas, CO on December 27, 2014
    I am trying to build an underground trash burner. Will this fire clay work for making this?
    By eFireplaceStore on December 29, 2014

    Answer:
    For an outdoor refuse burner, I recommend using the Rutland Castable Refractory Fireplace Cement - 25 Pound Tub. This product offers good moisture resistance and stands up well to a broad range of burn conditions. It is also easy to cast into odd shapes and thicknesses when needed.

    By Mike from Suwanee, GA on May 26, 2013
    How many fire bricks will a one gallon tub of mortar install if I am use it on the bottom, top, both head joints and the back of the brick?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on May 28, 2013

    Answer:
    The closest measurement we have obtained from the manufacturer is 10 to 11 square feet of coverage, when applying the product to a thickness of 1/8" on all surfaces of the brick. This is when using 4.5" x 9" standard firebrick. I apologize I was not able to obtain more information.

    By Donna from WA on September 23, 2016
    I've replaced two blocks but still have little cracks, I would like to fill that in with clay. What is the best clay to use in wood stoves?
    By Brennan W. on September 23, 2016

    Answer:
    The clay we carry is for the inside of masonry units. We would suggest completely replacing the cracked bricks in your stove.

    Customer Reviews
    1-Gallon Tub of Buff Colored Fire Clay ( 46.95 )
    5 out of 5 Stars based on 1 review(s) - sorted by Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    Easy to use fire clay
    By
    Maureen
    from Baltimore, Marylandon
    October 31, 2015
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    This product was fantastic. It was premixed and ready to place in the firebox. It applied easily to a clean surface. Recommendations included the addition of water if it was too dry- that was not necessary at all. The seal on the container was air tight and the clay was the perfect consistency. It hardened slowly enough to finish spreading it through the firebox as desired. A few hours later a hot fire cured it completely. One could not ask for a better quality product. The color was perfect as well.




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