Improving... <gulp>... Super Cedars?

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by billz, Jan 5, 2013.

  1. daleeper

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    I'm sure you've already done it, but don't drop any crumbs on top of a Fv or you'll be rubbing the wax spot it leaves with a paper towel, trying to soak it up. :oops:
     
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    Otherwise known as... kindling?

    Seriously... are things so tight that 1/4 vs. 1/6 of a $0.66 SuperCedar makes a difference?
     
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    I have split into 1/6 size, not because of the pennies saved but more of a "how little can I get away with" sort of thing. Yeah, it is a game of sorts and really no point to it but somehow it gives me pleasure. I'm not sure I could cut them into 1/8th and still have any structural integrity to each piece... but maybe I should try :)
     
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    It's like leaving a light on for no reason. It's not going to cost much, but it's a waste. Why should I use more than needed to get the job done?
    But to answer your question, the difference is 16 cents verses 11 cents. LOL.
     
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