Wood burning stove flue sealant

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Wood burning stove flue sealant

Post by ConorC » Tue Oct 24, 2017 8:37 pm

Hi

We have a soft black sealant around where the flue of the pot belly stove enters the chimney (see picture). Unfortunately some of it has come away, does anyone know which product & brand I need to buy in order to patch this up? I’m assuming it needs to be something specific to this particular application and not a general purpose mastic.

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Re: Wood burning stove flue sealant

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Re: Wood burning stove flue sealant

Post by ConorC » Wed Oct 25, 2017 6:43 pm

Thanks, do you know if that finishes like an actual hard cement or is it a soft finish like regular sealant. What i have is a fairly soft finish and its black.

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Re: Wood burning stove flue sealant

Post by Bowland Stoves » Thu Oct 26, 2017 9:59 am

From the image it looks as though you need to replace the Black High Temperature silicone. Each stove brand don’t make there own silicone or cement you just buy a universal one.

If you require any further help let me know.
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