Purchasing accessories online

Bushfire Posted By Bushfire, Nov 30, 2005 at 4:34 PM

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  1. Bushfire

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    Does anybody have a recommendation for a good online store for hearth accessories such as ash buckets, gloves etc. I found fireplacemall.com that seems to have some nice gloves (20" long - I got caught on the arm by the top of the stove with our shorter gloves), but if somebody has had a good experience with either this store, or another, I'd love to hear.
     
  2. ChrisN

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    I see you are in Connecticut. I have no axe to grind for them ( pun intended), but the Preston Trading Post, in Preston is very well equiped. If you are located in the eastern part of the state it's an easy drive.

    Chris
     
  3. Bushfire

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    Chris,

    Thanks. The reason we ended up with a morso stove is due to the knowledge of the staff at Preston Trading Post - although I'm ashamed to say I didn't buy it there as I got one on sale elsewhere. However, it's about 45-60 minutes for us (we're up in Willington) as there's no direct route - a little far with todays gas prices to justify for a couple of minor things, unless we have another reason to go that way.
     
  4. BrotherBart

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    Harbor Freight. Welders gloves. All types and cheap.
     
  5. bruce

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    the longer the better the gloves
    i have 20" for my top loading harman
     
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