I'm making an outdoor grill with a keg and an old cabinet. I cut out a hole in the countertop of the cabinet to fit the keg in. The countertop is wood with fermica.
When I drop the keg into the hole in the countertop I have space around the keg that I want to seal up. Is there some sort of sealant I can use that will hold the keg in place and be able to handle high heat and not melt?
Can you post a couple pictures? It sounds like a cool idea, but IMHO, even with a high-heat sealant between the keg and the countertop, it still seems like there is a 99.9999999% chance of the rest of the cabinet or countertop catching on fire.
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