In most jurisdictions
(1) You may be obliged to conform to the fire safety code.
You may also need a building permit.
(2) Your household insurance agent wants to know about
this sort of thing (and your insurance may be denied if you
fail to inform him.)
A single visit to the municipal building permits office may
answer most of your questions. My local office gave me
(free) copies of the dozen pages of the fire code that
concerned my installation. These included lists of
acceptable building materials, clearances (minimum
gaps between hot components and combustiblel walls) etc.
Concrete board would transfer, dissipate heat and and maybe be code.
Yeah, on the guitar just place during the ironing. It's always been like that
and it always will in all likelihood remain be that way, too
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