Duraflame is the number 1 brand of firewood in the United States. Duraflame Campfire Roasting Blocks convey the atmosphere of a wood stove without the bulk. A sturdy and similar fire creates hot, glowing coals that are safe for cooking marshmallows, sausages, or other bonfire foods.
Burning more than one piece of wood at the same time can cause too intense or too hot a fire in your fireplace. It is not recommended to use Duraflame logs as a starting material for a wood stove. A Duraflame log provides more fuel than needed to start a fire.
Duraflame fireplaces are made with a scientific blend of unique sawdust, wax and fibers. Some interesting materials that have been tested are recycled fibers such as walnut shells, seeds, fruit kernels, distilled grains, and recycled cardboard. Natural seeds are added to some sticks to create the crackle of a wood fire.
You shouldn’t cook on most typical strains like a regular Duraflame strain. The rest of the strains can add a weird flavor to food, and since they usually only produce a flame rather than charcoal, they are still not the best fire sticks to cook with.
To place a Duraflame stem, gently rinse the stem with water or sand. If available, use a dry chemical fire extinguisher. Immerse the entire block in water to put out the fire. Keep pouring until the hissing stops and all the embers have gone out.
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Other places say that burning logs (and even wood) can often cause health problems. The released carbon monoxide can cause symptoms such as headache, dizziness, or nausea. The Duraflame website states that … they just burn with flames and don’t produce enough charcoal to cook.
However, logs don’t produce much of one of the most useful by-products of burning wood: heat. During the three hours of wood burning, you can use up to 25 kilograms of chopped wood and generate much more heat per fire.
To remove the ash, slide the ash up, put it in a bag and throw it in the trash. If your fire has ash holes, push the ash through the metal plate into the hearth floor. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove any ash left in the hearth and on the fireplace.
EnviroLog logs are made from 100% recycled wax sheets and, compared to wood, EnviroLog burns cleaner, emits 30% less greenhouse gas, 80% less carbon dioxide and 86 less creosote. EnviroLogs generate 50 more heat per pound than wood and can also be safely baked.
Logs are designed to be economical and at the same time easier to ignite and burn longer and more efficiently than wood. Logs are traditionally made in two ways. The first uses only compressed sawdust and the second uses sawdust and paraffin mixed and extruded in a wooden mold.