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Uncle Mud Tiny Home/Trailer CottageRocket Rocket Mass Heater Inspection and Upgrade Quick Report

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Mud here. The most important proofs of any design is how well it holds up over time, so we were really excited to get the chance to dismantle and inspect our 3 year old CottageRocket then rebuild and upgrade it. We are happy to say it has aged pretty well. But we are also eager to show you which supposedly "hi temp" materials couldn't handle the heat. Some of what we found may surprise you.

If you really want to geek out about rocket heaters we have a special two part extended video for our patrons only--over 45 minutes of footage from our two week teardown inspection and rebuild of this tiny-house rocket mass heater. Join us at patreon.com/unclemud to get access to this and a whole lot of other Exclusive Mud and Fire content for as little as $1 per month.
Thank you for watching. Stay muddy.
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