Advantages Easy to use, lights well, great basis for a roaring fire.
Disadvantages A little overpriced.
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This is a fire log that is suitable for use in open fires, wood stoves & chimneas.
These can be purchased from B&Q for £3.50. They are also available from numerous places but the price will vary. We just purchased ours from B&Q for convenience as B&Q was the nearest place to where we were staying that had barbeque equipment and fire lighting materials.
Our main reason for purchasing this was that we were away for the weekend and wanted to enjoy a nice roaring fire. This was ideal for that as while it was a little bit more expensive than lighting it ourselves it also meant that we didn’t have any mess or fuss to deal with and this could just be sat inside the fire until we wanted to use it. There was minimal ash from using this and it was much tidier once burning down than I thought it would be.There was no smell when this was burning, however, I laid this on some coals so there was a slight smell once the coals begun to burn. The fire log itself lasted for around 2 ½ hours which was reasonable enough and gave us the basis for a decent fire for the rest of the evening with some extra charcoal added throughout the night.
The only downside to this fire log is the price really. I would rather have paid £2-£2.50 as I think that this is more true to how much it should cost, however, sometimes in life you have to pay for convenience, as we did. It worked well, it definitely was a log for the fire and it gave us the basis to a roaring fire even though we are not very experienced with lighting fires anymore.Summary: A fantastic fire log helping light a warming fire.
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