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Thanks CMJC

Great information with built in hilarity thanks for the info. It should benefit many.

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Would this guy have or would he take an order for bricks similar to the picture, plan to build a small house next year and was looking at the option of using these bricks.

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Dear Mr. Issan Farang;

 

Superior: Not similar.

 

The bricks I bought would put those 'things' to shame:.. they remind me of processed cheese.

 

It's labelled cheese, sold as cheese, but one bite informs you it certainly is NOT cheese, it is processed chemical pulp, fit only for grouting the lavatory wall.

 

Sir, you should hot-foot to the indicated spot, and you will be able to make your own decision, and place your order. I was offered a discount for batches of 2000. It is a veritable brick heaven.

 

The artificially coloured 'thing's you illustrate, will crumble to dust in an earthquake, not even worthy of the name "brick".

 

The bricks I bought were fired to 900 degrees, and cooled over two weeks.

 

It goes without saying... Take a hammer to test them before you buy.

 

My bricks measure approx: 45mm x 190mm x 95mm (2" x 7" x 3.5") but he also has, ready to build, large quantities of others measuring 9 inches long.

 

He has gently curved ones to build around water wells also.

 

I do not possess a camera, but if you take yours, the Proprietor would gladly show you his own house, which he built himself, from bricks he made. Perhaps you could take pictures to post here, to show the quality of his workmanship.

 

The missus will enjoy the pottery too.

 

Have fun :)

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58 minutes ago, alan grice said:

They dont burn very well, charcoals better.!.

 

The very thought that prompted Msr. Antoine Lavoisier to invent the La Beau Briquette, which as you are well aware, is highly inflammable and used to light charcoal.

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51 minutes ago, ratcatcher said:

Yet another topic about Bricks it. :thumbsup:

 

Hanoverian bricks are excellent, Italian Pisa bricks rubbish, and Frog-bricks can't even smash a Citroen's windows in.

 

We should never have gone in, they even measure them in millimetres... nuff sed!

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