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Jim Wiles, who used to work for Skamol, now represents both Skamol and a German company. He prefers the German board for it's strength. I am thinking about cutting my own bricks something like 21" x 12" and shiplapped instead of square cut. I will immediately cover the floor with 1/4" fiber blanket, which can be either covered with more fiber blanket or replaced.Brad Walker wrote:Bert Weiss wrote: I am thinking that if I cut the board up in to large bricks, it will not warp.
Skamol makes vermiculite bricks.
Bert Weiss wrote:He prefers the German board for it's strength.
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