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Free Samples Of Super Cedar Firestarters

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by NWfuel, Sep 13, 2008.

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  1. northwinds

    northwinds Minister of Fire

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    Mine arrived, and I'm looking forward to trying them out when the weather cools. Thanks for the generous free sample
    offer.

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  2. gweldgen

    gweldgen New Member

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    thanks in advance -email just sent
  3. nscarnati

    nscarnati New Member

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    email sent - looking forward to the sample. i'm brand new to burning and just got jotul f100 stove to play with
  4. kenny chaos

    kenny chaos Minister of Fire

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    Hey Fossil- You talked me into A Lopi Liberty which will start for me with half a paper towel and a small handful of twigs. I don't know what you do with all your starters (somebody said hamburgers?) but you can have mine.
  5. fossil

    fossil Accidental Moderator Staff Member

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    I can start either of my stoves with a good load of wood, largest splits on the bottom and working my way up with some smaller pieces to fill the box to the desired load, then a few pieces of splitter trash, 1/4 of a super cedar, and another handful of splitter trash sprinkled atop that. Works like a charm. Stovepipe temp is above 250F in no time, and the entire load burns right down into a great bed of red-hot coals ready for a reload. No muss, no fuss, works like a charm for me and my stoves and my fuel. If you don't want your super cedars, then by all means send them to me. I think they're worth every penny. Rick
  6. kenny chaos

    kenny chaos Minister of Fire

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    Never mind. I'll try'em. You sure haven't steered me wrong yet.
  7. Catskill

    Catskill New Member

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    Give him time. ;-P
  8. kenny chaos

    kenny chaos Minister of Fire

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    Well it's funny you say that because I was thinking about his post and have come to the conclusion that we, in fact, have different models of the Lopi 'cause if I put two large splits on the bottom, as he explained, there is no room for anything else.
  9. fossil

    fossil Accidental Moderator Staff Member

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    Either your 3.1 ft^3 firebox is smaller than my 3.1 ft^3 firebox, or your splits are a good deal larger than mine. Rick
  10. cruzer

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    Thanks got my samples! Can't wait to try them out. I am thinking it will be the "easy" way for the wifey to restart the fire in the afternoon when she gets back from work.

    SS
  11. Jake

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    I'm probably gonna order the "green " package, not cause I'm some tree hugging hippy, but because i dont have to unwrap em
  12. rich81

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    received mine and tried a 1/4 piece to start a fire. all i have to say is WOW!!! thank you very much. i will be ordering more. for the past few years i always had problems with smokey starts. i would put a firestarter in with some kindling, the fire would smoke like crazy for at least 5-10 minutes and i would get p'd off! with these things all i had to do was put a 1/4 piece with some kindling, touch the super cedar off and shut my door and watch my pipe climb up to temp in no time!!! with absolutley no smokey start. once again THANK YOU for the sample, i am very happy.
  13. stephen44

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    hmmm - still haven't got mine yet - but here's hoping !
  14. NWfuel

    NWfuel Minister of Fire

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    Stephan, When did you request your sample?
    Thomas
  15. fredarm

    fredarm Minister of Fire

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    Thanks for the samples. They work great!

    Fred
  16. davenorthshorema

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    I got my samples a few weeks ago...thanks for sending them. I used them last night and they work great!
  17. johnnywarm

    johnnywarm Minister of Fire

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    i will say now that i used them a couple of times,i dont know how people go with out them. i'm ordering some more monday.

    Thanks supercedar!!
  18. johnnywarm

    johnnywarm Minister of Fire

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    This is why i love them. no more paper or kindling :)
  19. Poult

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    These things are great! No muss, no fuss, no box of newspaper! Which is great because I don't get newspapers very often. :)

    Thanks for the free ones, I just ordered from the website. Looking forward to starting more fires now! :>
  20. Skinn

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    Email sent can't wait to try them out with all the positive experiences here!!
  21. N/A N/A

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    These things work great! Good product! Thanks a bunch and I will be looking into getting more. Will for sure recommend them to everybody I know!
  22. dvellone

    dvellone Feeling the Heat

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    Thanks for the samples. You're like the candy man coming around here getting us all hooked.
  23. cdodge04

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    Just sent an email, hope I'm not too late. Interested to see how well these bad boys work. If they are as good as everyone says...then I can't wait to get my paws on these!
  24. stephen44

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    still didn't get mine - must be too far south :)
  25. ATVriderINmass

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    I just sent a email...hope you still have some would like to try them out..thanks alot
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