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Homefire Heat logs
Mix and match 3 for £17. Discount applied at checkout.
- Place firelighters and kindling on firebed, then Shimada logs on top. Light the firelighter and adjust draught to maximum.
- Purpose: Smoke Control Zones
Features and benefits
- Providing a great alternative to standard seasoned firewood, they’re also 100% clean with no additives or chemicals – just compressed wood!
- High energy, ultra dry logs
- Made from 100% recycled wood
- The product is made from waste sawdust, making it extremely environmentally friendly
- Certified as dried to less than 20% moisture Content. Less moisture means it burns hotter and with less smoke than wet logs
- Recommended for open fires, multi-fuel stoves and chimeneas
|Material||Compressed sawdust & shavings|
Do Not Buy!!!!!!!
Mpsneath - 2 months ago
These are absolute rubbish, we lit these when started to get a bit chilly but within 10 minutes of being lit the fire went out and the smoke was horrendous,it is without doubt the worst fire logs you can buy
9 not 12
Harley880 - 7 months ago
The rack in the shop was a mess, and these are heavy. It looked like people had pulled the packets apart. There were some that had been taped up presumably by staff, so I thought - these look easy to pick up and staff have taped them up with all their contents. I only just realised the two bags I bought contain 9 not 12. So I paid a third too much. Really annoying
A bit disappointing in our closed stove
jasonb - 7 months ago
Was really hoping to be good heat logs as a good environmentally friendly option, but they burn out quickly, smoke a lot and leave a lot of ash. There are definitely better heat logs
Fine in a stove
GHOB - 9 months ago
These are fine on my my woodburner when added to a fire that is already going, great to eke out my logpile and use at the end of the evening when they keep the heat output going. As with all timber for burning it helps if they are stored indoors for a while before use as even dried wood can be a problem to light when cold.
Not cheap and you have to be very selective when collecting from store as a lot of the packs are damaged.
Brilliant - wouldn’t use anything else
Loveautumn - 11 months ago
These are brilliant. Initially you get a flame, probably for about 30 minutes but then they do die down (just as a log would). Then they burn slowly down and help to kick out A lot of heat and keep the fire going for a long time. Logs are very effective and pretty looking but they burn very quickly and are expensively. These keep the heat coming and if you want the flames throw a log on. I wouldn’t use anything else in my log burner. Can’t comment on what they are like on an open fire. Perhaps they are more suited to logburners. Reasonable price too