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Homefire Heat logs
- Safe to use doesn't spark or spit
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- How to use - Safe to use doesn't spark or spit
The worst ever
Shez1967 - 2 years ago
If I could give this product a minus star I would. I bought these to go with a La Hacienda fire pit, what a mistake. Not only are the things nigh on impossible to light the amount of smoke that comes off them is absolutely incredible, low smoke my back side.....they smoked that much one of our neighbours asked us to put out the fire as his house stank of our fire pit!!!!!! an absolute waste of money and time..... DO NOT BUY YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED
Waddiwarrior - 2 years ago
One bag burnt through in less than 8 hours!! bought as B&Q Swindon as they had no smokeless coal left, bought 3 bags of this rubbish and used all in less than 1.5 days. great heat output, but woeful. burns quicker than paper, will never buy again.
Homefire Heat Logs
Fury - 3 years ago
I first purchased this product late last year and am very pleased I did - it is cheap with a long lasting burn.
Contains glass and plastic a
nastym - 3 years ago
Bought these while waiting for delivery of logs. I broke a larger on in half to see that there was white pieces of melamine and glass inside! I'll be taking these back!
Not fit for purpose
Friend of Fireman Sam - 3 years ago
Sawdust is cheaper. The use of the term 'logs' is misleading.