Sand blast stainless triple wall pipe?

mlo1November 4, 2007

My wood stove chimney will be exposed after it goes through the first floor cieling and then alongside the second story exterior wall, and through the soffit.

However, I do not want it shiny stainless. I would like it to be a brushed or satin style finish. So my thoughts are to have it sandblasted. Anyone have any experience or ideas on this?

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metal

Buy it with a galvanized casing, problem solved (you only need SS Casings if you are burning oil or coal).

    Bookmark   November 6, 2007 at 5:37PM
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mlo1

Great idea! I will inquire about avialability. At a minimum it should hold a paint better if desired.

    Bookmark   November 8, 2007 at 11:19PM
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