19 years ago
talked to seemed to not know what "fire clay" was. He pointed me to his
supplier's website (mainly to get me off the phone, I think) but there's
no refractory information of any kind there, all they have is equipment
I don't need. Some here mentioned "perlite". I've googled for
"perlite" and everyone that's used it also used fire clay, so that's no
help. Even Budget Casting Supply
doesn't have it, though
they have "castable refractory"--for $85. I'm starting to doubt this
stuff even exists.
Can anyone who has actually used fire clay provide a brand name from the
bag? Searching for a specific item rather than the protean "fire clay"
(everybody seems to call this stuff by a different generic name and/or
have different things in mind for any given name) would be a lot easier.
No need to tell me to check my "local
fireplace/potter/construction/masonry supplier"--that's been done to