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Chipped corners or edges on firebricks

Chipped corners and edges on firebricks

Firebricks which happen to have a few chipped edges even broken corners can still be used in the construction process. There aren’t any problems with this minor brick damage. The quality performance remains. Nor with working with somewhat faulty fire brick seconds. If there is the possibility, for cheaper price to save money from the sale, who on earth wouldn’t go for it?

A very simple workaround is to turn any such brick in question to align it with its undamaged, in other words the best-est, side inward so it faces the side visible to the eye. Save your budget by sourcing bricks first as seconds or reuse bricks. The approach pockets decent money which in turn can be invested into tools and other assets, or kids’ future, for example.

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