I used 3 lengths to cover the entire surface. I used 2" wide stainless steel band material that I use to make the Fancee Feest and Cobalt blue and the firebox of the Woodgaz. Thje bands cover the joints of the fiberglass cloth. I tacked the cloth to the walls with stove gasket cement. The banding insures that it stays there. The bands are welded at the ends. They are flexed in the middle so I could put them into the stove. Once in approximate position I release the flex and it springs outward to compress up against the seam that goes all the way around the inside.Zelph, How much fiberglass did it take to line the tin and did you use your stainless foil sheeting for the inside wall?
Daren, we are all learning it's not so easy to make a stove out of found items. Anytime is a good time to make a stove The stove you made for your cabin, was it too big for the size of the area heated. Is it easy to over load the stove? I suspect a small stove like I'm building will be plenty big to heat a 2 person tent for hunting. What do you think?