pizza stone, quarry tiles or fibrament - Stones/tiles,
05-02-2013· Re: pizza stone, quarry tiles or fibrament « Reply #16 on: February 05, 2013, 01:34:26 PM » Be that as it may, I've put my Fibrament stone thrugh many dozens of 0 --> 750F+ --> 0 cycles and it is no worse for the wear.Pizza stone/quarry tiles. - Stones/tiles/steel, Pans,,29-03-2005· Re: Pizza stone/quarry tiles. « Reply #5 on: March 24, 2005, 11:46:58 AM » I bought Saltillo tiles at a local stone yard (Bourget Brothers), which are a good substitution for quarry tiles, but if your tiles have paint on them, I would turn them upside down.Unglazed quarry tiles - Forno Bravo Forum: The Wood,Re: Unglazed quarry tiles Hey, I realise this is quite late, but just thought I'd reply in case you did postpone your build to the spring. I used exactly what you are suggesting in my oven, two layers of unglazed tiles with a thin layer of mortar between.. mine were terracotta which seems to be an excellent surface as it's very porous (sucks water up like a sponge!) and is happy with high temps.