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New Egg Owner question on Cypress Table

edited 12:02PM in EggHead Forum
What is OK to put under the Egg on the wood table. I bought an 18" by 18" paver from Lowes that I planned to use. Is this OK or should I get something different?[p]Thanks for your help...
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Comments

  • Chances are whatever you get unless it is quite thick will crack from the heat. It should still finction fine but it will most likely crack but thats all estetiques.
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  • MeinbmwMeinbmw Posts: 157
    psupetch,
    I used a round paver - was the exposed aggregrate type. The round shape goes better with the round bottom of the egg in my opinion.

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  • RRPRRP Posts: 15,238
    psupetch,
    either round or square, smooth or rough, as long as what you buy is large enough to allow the use of the 3 green feet as spacers - otherwise you trap moisture and your stone will crack. Trust me - been there, done that!

    Ron
    Dunlap, IL
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