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Sand blast stainless triple wall pipe?

Posted by mlo1 (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 4, 07 at 23:41

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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RE: Sand blast stainless triple wall pipe?

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


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RE: Sand blast stainless triple wall pipe?

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


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