How to Make Fire Bricks?


To make a fire starter bricks you first ensure that you have a fire extinguisher within reach and then put some water in a pot and then brake some paraffin block into small pieces and put them in the pot. Put the pouring pot into the water. While the wax is melting spread the cupcake pan and lay a liner in each hole. Spread a layer of sawdust uniformly with the top edge of the liner tin. Wear safety clothing and empty the wax into each opening to a level just below the top surface of the sawdust. Allow the bricks cool to the touch then place them in containers for storage.
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Fire bricks are made from a clay based composition that is fired in a kiln. For more information and tips on this process visit website.
Fire bricks can be made in a kiln with aluminum oxide and silicon dioxide mixed into the clay. They are baked at about 3000 degrees F in a common size of 9 x 4.5 x 3 inches. For more information look here:;
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