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Sealing Cracks in a Wood Stove

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A stiff paste of wood ash, salt, and water can be used to seal the cracks in a wood stove. It is applied and baked using a hot fire. This is a guide about sealing cracks in a wood stove.
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June 21, 2010

You can seal cracks in a wood stove with this simple old-time homemade cement: Put a cupful of wood ashes in an old can, add about half a cup of salt, and slowly stir in enough water to make a stiff paste. Plaster the broken places in the metal with this mixture. Then build a fire and bake the sealer hard. Your repair job will last quite well if you don't bump the mended spots.

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By Monica from Cortez, CO

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