How to Reface a Brick Fireplace?

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To reface a brick fireplace becomes necessary if your tastes change or you move into a home who's tastes don't reflect your own. This is easily done by placing either wonderboard or cement or mortar over the existing brick and then covering it with the tile or bricks of your choice. For more information look here: Refacing a brick Fireplace Quickly and Easily www.thathomesite.com;
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How Do I Reface a Brick Fireplace?
Although many design innovations have transformed the standard brick structure of fireplaces, a simple brick fireplace can still be in style, especially for those who treasure tradition. Many houses have traditional brick fireplaces that are in top... More »
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1. Remove excess mortar with a hand-held scrub brush. Lay a towel beneath the bricks to catch the dust that will be produced by the scrubbing. 2. Combine 2 tbsp. of dishwashing soap
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With all due respect to you and my peers here, I can't imagine Brick ever going out of style, but I'd probably do concrete backer board over, then Tile it, if tile is your choice.
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You can clean fireplace brick using a paste of baking soda and water to get rid of the soot. Let this dry to pull the dirt from the grout, then wipe it off, rinsing the rag often.You
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Try Quick n Brite. It is an all purpose cleaner but is fantastic to remove soot and creosote build up on fireplace brick, making it look like new. It is also non-toxic and biodegradable
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