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Slemcka Paper log maker

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Product information

This Slemcka traditional paper log maker is used for decorative & practical.

  • Instructions for care - Best maintained by an occasional wipe with a soft cloth; do not use abrasive cleaners
  • Decorative & practical
  • Assembly not required

Features and benefits

  • Assembly not required
  • Make fuel for your home from waste paper

Specifications

BrandSlemcka
ColourBlue
Product width320mm
Product height135mm
Product depth115mm
Product weight2.56kg
Product code5015772117554

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Really hard work and lots of effort

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Bluebeard69 - 1 year ago

I really wouldn't bother, logs take ages to dry out and when made aren't actually very good at all. Lots of effort and paper for very little reward.

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Rob 2 - 4 years ago

Bought machine one hour ago , and now made nine logs, very pleased with it .
If you make paper mâché drain off water before putting it in machine then you get great results, you can squeeze out the rest of water in machine , then you have a good compact bricket, if the paper is too wet, then you have problems that is not caused by the machine.

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arhhhh - 4 years ago

fell apart the first time i tried using it on the first briquette that i was making very poor

slemcka briquetts maker

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Anonymous - 5 years ago

We were given this as a gift. After only making several "bricks" we were experiencing problems on two points. The "mash" oozes out the sides at bottom of machine and also starts to lose its shape !!!! I have contacted the manufacturer today and am awaiting their reply. I think the idea of the machine is excellent and hope we have just been unlucky