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Welded Steel inner oven door for baking and roasting after fire is swept out.

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Comment by Bill P. on December 24, 2009 at 9:15pm
I was using a chunk of 2 X 12 with a SS plate screwed to the inside. I will post a before picture soon. It is really charred too.
Comment by Ron Rathburn on December 24, 2009 at 7:28pm
Looks Great. Right now I only have a piece of 3/4" plywood wrapped in heavy duty aluminium foil. I replaced the foil and noticed that the inside portion of the door is charred but no fires yet. I only use the door after the ashes have been raked out. I have a door design running around in my mind but haven't built it yet. I have seen doors insulated with vermiculite. I have a small piece of 2" spun ceramic blanket left over that I think will be my insulation. Thanks for posting the picture
Comment by Bill P. on December 21, 2009 at 5:43pm
My cousin made it for me to replace my wood door. I've been going through too many wood doors. He used a semi-burnt door as a pattern for me. I plan on insulating it with some form of flexible or casting material. I used stove polish to blacken the surface. It gives a nice patina and I hope keep it from rusting. I don't keep it outside when not using it.
Comment by Ron Rathburn on December 20, 2009 at 9:35pm
Nice door. Is it insulated? Did you make it?

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