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My fireplace has a rusty spot and small area rusted through on one side where vertical tube meets horizontal metal just above where the wood is burned. I have repaired the area on the roof where the water was seeping in. Can I now safely seal this area
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 03:30 PM

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This item should work for your repair. It is designed to repair either masonry or metal. Ideally, it is used to repair small cracks similar to those that occur between fire bricks. You may also check out the below furnace cement. It effectively bonds 1/8" wide metal to metal joints. Rutland Pre-Mixed Black Furnace Cement - 1 Pint Tub

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My fireplace has a rusty spot and small area rusted through on one side where vertical tube meets horizontal metal just above where the wood is burned. I have repaired the area on the roof where the water was seeping in. Can I now safely seal this area just above where the logs would burn with 615 Stovo? Tampa FL. Rarely build a fire, just 'small' ones for atmosphere less than 10 times a year. Chimney sweep said it would be ok and that I could do it myself. Is this the right product for this metal to metal patch?

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