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Answered: Ceramic mold of a moonshine jug

If you go to a hobby shop or arts and crafts store, they should be able to help you. I only know of jugs made by hand, but there probably are slip molds for them as well.

Answered: Wood stove draft problem

If it's installed correctly, the draft fan should solve your draft problem. The very best ones I've seen are have two speeds. The fan runs at very low RPM to give just enough airflow to keep your fire going and the combustion gas going up the chimney. When there is a call for more heat, the fan ...

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There are professional companies who can get this done for you. Depends on the extent of work of course.Please make sure you give them an estimate of what you want to spend on this project.

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Cost When considering the cost of the stove itself, an electric stove will typically be more affordable than a comparable gas model. When it comes to operating the stove however, gas is slightly cheaper than electricity. This should be carefully weighed against the high cost of installing a ...
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