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Old 12-10-2008, 05:08 PM   #1
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Chimney crown sealing


Hey all,
Well it's raining here in MA and my chimney crown is in need of sealing I know because of the occasional drip of water out of the elbow in the pipe for the woodstove (it's not creosote, stove is cold).
Does anyone know of a sealer for chimney crowns that can be used in cold weather (below 40 deg.f), or while it is raining?

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