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I have a gas fire grate that i installed about 25 years ago, i have recently dismantled it and would like to replace the artificle coals and the bed of sand but am having difficulty tracking down any mention of sand. can you tell me what type of sand i should be looking for. many thanks jackie

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Try a fire place shop where sell fire grates they should stock sand thay would work for your heater

Posted on Sep 11, 2010

  • jackielambel Sep 11, 2010

    Thanks, but have already gone down that road without any success.

  • paulcarew Sep 12, 2010

    well you never said you had done that just asked where , google fire grate sand that should give you the name then you should find who stocks this or google the make and model if you know it but at 25 years old it might no longer be made

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