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Benchwrench Posted By Benchwrench, Jan 17, 2012 at 7:30 PM

  1. Benchwrench

    Benchwrench
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    ...♫ that nobody can deny♫♪[​IMG]


    I have learned so much great information here on Hearth.com that I had to express my appreciation.

    Even though I've had a WB stove for the past 20 years doesn't mean I knew how to control it.

    From this site I've learned so much from all you guys, for instance; how to manage a burn cycle, and in my case this is very important to me since my stove is being pushed during cold months keeping the gas bill to an absolute minimum. And I think that's the name of the game right there.

    Thanks to Hearth.com I've found a great vendor to purchase my chimney liner and all that it intails (thanks Dennis and Eric). I've learned what helps to control a burn cycle also how to burn down coals, understand thermometer readings and stove adjustments needed through out the burn cycle, I mean there are so many valuable tips that I just can't list them all, besides there are always more new ideas with each season that passes.

    Some of you guys make great suggestions regarding what works for them such as a deep fryer ladle for sifting ashes from coals, I think this is a great idea, also the gizmo brush kit that attaches to your drill as to keep guys like me from attempting a roof top chim sweep job down from below instead. I mean the list goes on...

    So [​IMG]Hearth.com and all who make it what it is today.
     
  2. Backwoods Savage

    Backwoods Savage
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    And we've burned wood over 50 years and still learning. I hope we never stop learning.
     
  3. Benchwrench

    Benchwrench
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    The way I see it is if a person uses the search functions here there would be no need to post anything else for a while.

    By searching, I know they'll get the answer they're looking for. There's been many times I was interested in opening certain topics of discussion only to find many threads already started in the past that had enough information in them that there was no need to go over the same thing again.
     
  4. RNLA

    RNLA
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    I'm going over to the wood shed right now and start a new thread about when wood is considered seasoned, and moisture meters! :lol:
     
  5. Benchwrench

    Benchwrench
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    well if you don't someone else will!
     

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