Internet #100321936

Model #100011882

Store SKU #465662

50 lb. Fire Clay Concrete Mix

  • Used for preparing mortar for setting brick, block, and stone
  • Can be mixed in differing proportions for preparing grade mixture
  • Specially designed for adding strength in a mixture
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Product Overview

The H.C. Muddox Fire Clay is used to make mortar to set block, brick and stone. The clay can be mixed with sand (not included) and cement (not included) to produce mortar and stucco. Also may be used as a component of refractory mortar. This product is to be mixed with other raw materials, not to be used alone.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (cu. ft.)
.38
Product Depth (in.)
13.5 in
Product Height (in.)
4.0 in
Product Length (in.)
24.0 in

Details

Color Family
Tan
Compression Strength (psi)
0
Features
No Additional Features
Material
Grout
Product Weight (lb.)
50 lb
Use Location
Wall
Working Time (min.)
0

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Manufacturer warrants this product shall be of merchantable quality when used or applied in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. This product is not warranted as suitable for any purpose other than the purpose for which it is intended.

Questions & Answers

22Questions13Answers

Price or retail in Michigan?

Asked by Norm December 19, 2020
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Answer

Hi Norm! Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. We would recommend partnering with your local Home Depot store for pricing and availability of the H.C. Muddox 50 lb. Fire Clay Concrete Mix. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future!

is it good for pizza oven ?

Asked by Roger October 9, 2020
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Yes, but The H.C. Muddox Fire Clay is used to make mortar to set block, brick and stone. The clay can be mixed with sand (not included) and cement (not included) to produce mortar and stucco. Also may be used as a component of refractory mortar. This product is to be mixed with other raw materials, not to be used alone. Mike

pouring a footing for a fireplace. the dimensions are five feet by three feet and 2 1/2 feet deep...

Asked by LB May 4, 2020
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how much working time will I have USING 1 PART EACH SAND CONCRETE AND MORTAR CLAY TO MORTAR FIRE...

Asked by KAHERINE November 10, 2019
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I have a patio,4' by 9' one inch thick.How much concrete will I need?

Asked by Michael April 13, 2019
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Never pour anything less than 4 in thick. Look at the bags for amounts. Concrete is easiest to measure in cubic yards. 1 cubic yard will yield about 76 sq ft at 4in thick. Now, if you live near a resumed plants- one yard might cost $125 and if they are like the companies where I live, you can expect to pay $150 delivery fee for anything less than 5 cubic yards. At $275 you are saving yourself hours upon hours of labor mixing bags. That work is dirty, time consuming, and typically makes for a really strange finish considering how mixing for hours translates to extremely variated curing rates. If you are seriously considering doing it yourself please reconsider. DIY concrete patios never turn out even decent. It’s a trade that requires skill. There are plenty of things you can get into and the learning curve mainly translates to lost time. Lost time in concrete translates to lost concrete. Higher someone off of Craigslist that has experience finishing. Then be prepared to work hard if you don’t want to waste you time and end up with a huge headache.

Where and how can I get this product in Daytona beach, FL?

Asked by Tomoka October 29, 2018
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Answer

Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, We have reached out to the manufacturer and their reply is, 50# Fire Clay is produced in CA> You would need to special order the product at your local Home Depot and there would be LTL freight charges to consider.

How much and how close is the closes outlet to Pasco Washington 99301?

Asked by bob September 4, 2018
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Hi Bob, unfortunately Homedepot.com is not able to advise of what items local Home Depot stores have in stock. I would suggest visiting or calling your local Home Depot store for questions regarding their in-store stock. Please follow the steps below to localize your Homedepot.com: 1. Localize Homedepot.com using your zip code (My Store Location: Change) 2. Choose the store where you want to pick up the item (Make this my Store) We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!

what is the proper mix of mortar and sand with fireclay

Asked by gary May 18, 2017
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Answer

60/50

Why do you list this product on your website when it is not available in any store within 100 mil...

Asked by Joe March 27, 2017
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Because it's on the front page of Google. And HD is hoping that you will stop what you are doing and start shopping on their website. Free advertising. That's why SO MANY online stores advertise items they don't stock (and have no plan on stocking). It's just clickbait...

Why is this product even on your website if you don't ship it and no store sells it in the entire...

Asked by Danimal February 15, 2017
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Because it's on the front page of Google. And HD is hoping that you will stop what you are doing and start shopping on their website. Free advertising. That's why SO MANY online stores advertise items they don't stock (and have no plan on stocking). It's just clickbait...

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.8
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  • 67% recommend this product
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Better than slick
Better than slick
by Bondo
LISTED BUT NOT AVAILABLE
Gee, how helpful. Listed, but not available in any Home Depot, anywhere. Why list it?
by Zork
1 person found this helpful
Worked up nicely. Looks great...
Worked up nicely. Looks great
by HomeDepotCustomer
Use of Fire Clay in Mortar
I'm a big fan of using a small amount of fire clay with mortar. It makes the mortar stickier so it won't fall off the trowel and it adheres better to block and brick. Be careful not to use too much or your mortar will be like glue. Usually a trowel load per bag is about right. Mix well. May need to add a little water because the clay is very absorbant.
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