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Yellow Stock Cafe


Broadstairs is the perfect place to work and eat!

This red brick was transformed into yellow stock using our Dyebrick ‘Mock-Stock’.

Please contact us for details regarding this special product.

Soot Wash for Brick

Soot Wash for Brick?


There are a few products coming on the market now claiming to be a soot wash. It is important that you investigate further to verify their true composition prior to considering such products.

Many local authorities specify our brand. We do not make products for anyone else, so if it does not say Dyebrick on the pack, it will not be our ‘Soot Wash Replication’.

For more information about our Soot Wash Replication please see our Soot Wash website or view our video

Dyebrick Ages Gracefully!

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Dyebrick Soot Wash Replication was specified by Camden Council to blend these old and new extensions with the period terrace.

 

Yellow Highlights

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This customers garage was built using the wrong bricks, they had no yellow patterns on them.

Diana used a blend of our ‘Yellow Stock’ and ‘Lightener’ to produce a perfect match!

Dyebrick US Tour 6: ‘Midwest’ confirmed

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We will be stopping off at numerous customer locations starting in Chicago on the 5th September. If you’re interested in a visit from the Dyebrick team to take a look at your project, then please email us using the regular Contact Us form. There is only a limited amount of time we can stop off at locations, so book early to avoid disappointment!

Mock Stock on Red Brick!

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It is possible to produce a ‘mock’ London Yellow Stock over dark red bricks!

This process was approved by Hackney Council.

Please contact us if you have a similar problem, as this required a special mix to be matched on site.

Race won on the last corner at Silverstone on Saturday!

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A great view of the race from Jonathan’s Austin Healey.

There were 36 cars. Our car (the yellow ‘Gurney Special’) a Turner Sports, got pole position and won the race at the last corner as you will see on the clip. It then ended up with fastest lap as well.

All in all a good weekend, except that a faulty radiator cap caused it to start losing water on the 2nd lap. It went over the line with 120 degrees on the clock and no water, but our driver wasn’t going to stop.

The engine is apart now and hopefully it will be back together ready for next Saturday (8th) at Snetterton.

The Gurney Special

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Dyebrick in the fast lane!

The ‘Gurney Special’ – This car is a Turner Sports, which were produced by the factory in Wolverhampton from 1959 until 1965. They were built with three engine types, a BMC ‘A’ Series, a Coventry Climax engine and a Ford 1500 pre-crossflow engine, this is the latter. The car is quite original, with original chassis, body and steel tub. It still uses the same engine block, gearbox casing and A35 rear axle, although the internals of each of these have been uprated.

Built and driven by one of our customers, who has raced many types of car over the years. He discovered this shape of Turner, which went into production on 2nd December 1959.

The ‘Gurney Special’ will be racing at a number of race circuits throughout the season.

Race meetings this year will include: Brands Hatch, Oulton Park, Silverstone and Snetterton.