I just discovered these forums and look forward to participating. I'm new here, but not to woodworking where I've been involved for 4+ decades building cabinetry, furniture, and "treen". I'm happily retired and enjoy shop time, reading, hiking, film photography and seeing my kids and grandkids. I look forward to getting to know and learn from you all and sharing what I've learned when I have something pertinent to say. I may know some of you from other forums but I love hearing other viewpoints on the woodworking we all love.
it was hot mud so there is a chance it didn't freeze. There is also a good chance it was completely cured before it got to freezing risk. We shall see.... it only needs to last a few weeks than it can look like crap all it wants.
It's been running full time it's just not enough. I even left the door open to the house cause the house furnace is more than efficient enough to help heat the garage.