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...poison ivy that irritate your skin can travel through the air when the plant is burned . That happened to me once at a bonfire and it was one...
3 Answers · Health · 18/09/2007
Depends on 1) type of wood (hardwood burns best) 2) size of log 3) how long the wood has been aged (should be at least 6 months) 4) how hot the ash bed is. Estimate of about 1 hour but will vary greatly.
3 Answers · Home & Garden · 22/02/2007
There are some OUTDOOR fire rings and fire pits on the site below that can be used for cooking/heating outdoors. I don't think they are safe for indoor use though.
2 Answers · Home & Garden · 05/11/2011
We have a chimnea that was a wood burner and we put a propane ring in it. We bought a camp chef Portable propane camp fire type burner for around $90.00. It fit perfectly into the chimnea. You have...
3 Answers · Home & Garden · 12/03/2011
Dry wood smokes less, but any wood is going to smoke. Green wood has more moisture and sap & that makes it smoke more.
7 Answers · Home & Garden · 17/07/2008
...the thermal output of wood . However, the size of the wood fire compared to the charcoal one for cooking will... local fire department as outdoor fires (even in a pit ) may be prohibited except during certain months...
2 Answers · Home & Garden · 12/11/2012