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redryder

2060 posts in 1601 days


#1 posted 477 days ago

I agree with Jerry. I would have gone with double wall pipe but what is done is done.
Burning dry wood and burning it hot will keep the creosote down.
I like the fact that wood stoves take the moisture out of the air and your wood stock quickly.
You know, that whole “wait a year per inch thing”. Who’s got the patience for that…......................

-- mike...............


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