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Is there anyway to make these look beautiful and commercial enough to trick the suburbanites into switching over from normal wood burning to rocket stoves? I live in Michigan and know many people that heat their houses from wood burning stoves. I love the cob and natural look that is normally applied to these rocket stoves but is there a way to make the pretty?
 
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Collin Goetz : One mans trash is another mans treasure ! Big AL
 
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Hi Collin; You build with rock & cob and then you can cover it with whatever pleases your eye. Cedar board bench, exotic hardwood ... red brick... flagstone ...heck sheetrock if you like it !
 
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