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Old 04-13-2011, 11:04 PM   #6
Wampus
somebody shut me the fark up.

 
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I use a leftover piece of tile cement board just to keep under my chimney starter to keep from scorching my driveway when I use it. I've not tried it on wood decking before, but I'd think it would suffice. The stuff comes in a 3'x5' sheet, so you could cut it in half and double it up too, just to be safe.

Mine's lasted for 4 years now through rain and all and is still holding up OK.


I don't disagree with the metal oil drip pan idea either, though as suggested by otterpop. It'll definitely last longer.



If I recall, you're in a rental home, right? You roommate with "The Drunk"? I think I'd use one of these simple solutions instead of tiling somehing up that would be cracked when trying to move around.
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