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Old 08-29-2017, 10:52 PM  
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Originally Posted by bubblegummom View Post
Thank you slownsteady. Do you re-spray it every few years?

Thanks Nealtw, Bud16415, and joecaption! They built us a lovely chimney and I should trust their judgment but when you start reading about things on the Internet, it can get very confusing.
You are supposed to respray every few years, but I haven't resprayed, and it's been about ten years. I probably should!

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Spraying the chimney will work best if there are no cracks or voids. The spray will not span where mortar is missing.

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