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I used an acrylic product called A-100 and so far, thru one rainy season and the tropic sun and the heat from the oven, it has held up perfectly. My only concern might be that in order to refinish at some point in time, that I may have to power sand down to stucco to get the best adhesion. I really like the coating and also used it on some slate trim at the transition to the patio.
[QUOTE=Laurentius;140746]What is your door made of?[/QUOTE
2mm steel, double wall, filled w/perlite, pipe fitting welded on for the thermometer and 2 long bolts for the wood handles. Not too heavy and really does keep the heat inside the oven.
I am so near to finishing the Project.. put the chimney cap on yesterday..It was like putting the Star on the tree at Christmas..the only thing I have left to do is
install a Dial Thermometer in the door ..This has been the biggest project undertaken by me..Thanks to all fellow Forno Bravo POB's
(Pizza Oven Builders), for pictures..suggestions and to Forno Bravo for putting the plans on the internet for FREE!
Turkey brining tonight .. going in the oven tomorrow! Made Pork Carnitas last week and they were the best ever! Door is done, so the only thing I have left is the cobblestone patio next year! My Initials and year are out about 2 1/2" out so that creates a handle.. I know its off a little bit.. adds to the character ..