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Super Cedar Free Samples/Discount Code

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by NWfuel, Sep 16, 2013.

  1. Treacherous

    Treacherous Minister of Fire

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    Thanks Thomas!! My parents and I are both setup now for a couple years.

    I picked up two 100 counts today.

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  2. bag of hammers

    bag of hammers Minister of Fire

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    Backwoods Savage - thanks so much for the kind offer. I'm using a shipping depot (got some other stuff coming there). Just across the bridge and the super cedars are headed there too.
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  3. n3pro

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    I got talked into buying a Big Green Egg this summer. The wife laughed and said "see it's not just when us women go out together that the bank account shrinks". I've have been using Super Cedars to start it and never disappoints. Also good to keep in a metal coffee can for the emergency winter road kit. Sure beats a candle for heat!
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  4. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    Just don't drive into Canada. A forum member a few years ago had some in the car trunk and at customs they thought it was hashish or something.
  5. bag of hammers

    bag of hammers Minister of Fire

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    You're welcome - happy to support a family business. Starting small but my gut tells me we'll be back for more.
  6. bag of hammers

    bag of hammers Minister of Fire

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    Hmmm - guess I might have a story to tell in a week or so....:eek:
  7. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    Definitely hope you ordered the wrapped ones with labels on them. ;lol
  8. Hearth Mistress

    Hearth Mistress Minister of Fire

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    Just ordered a green case of 100 myself. Thanks for offering them without the wrappers, much more convenient plus my dogs won't come running at me thinking I'm eating something - crinkling noise = food to them ;)
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  9. AlaskanMudder

    AlaskanMudder New Member

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    looking forward to trying the free samples.. I usually use paper mixed with either cardboard or egg cartons. makes a mess and creates a lot of ash. Thanks in advance!
  10. begreen

    begreen Mooderator Staff Member

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    Careful, Gainesburgers looked exactly like SuperCedars.

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  11. jharkin

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    You wont be disappointed. I won a box of samples in the giveaway last year. At 1/4 per light up I still have a bunch left for this year. A 100 case could probably last a lifetime!
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  12. Hearth Mistress

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    Hah! I don't even consider that dog food, it looks like play dough :)

    Anything that makes a sound like a potato chip bag is potato chips to the dogs. They are spoiled rotten, their food isn't cheap but good for them (Fromm's Grain Free Surf and Turf) but you'd think they are never fed the way they beg for food!
  13. NortheastAl

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    Yours do that too? I can't even open a zip lock in the refrigerator. Like setting off an alarm.
  14. NortheastAl

    NortheastAl Minister of Fire

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    Use the Fromm's myself. Orijen is great too.
  15. NortheastAl

    NortheastAl Minister of Fire

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    Thomas, got my 72 pack over a month ago with the email discount. Love those things. Tried on a recommendation from here, and I never looked back. I have given them to others and they say they're great. Now, if I can only get my son to order his own instead of his coming over and saying "dad, you have anymore of those Super Cedars." How can I say no?
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  16. BrotherBart

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    Glad Super Cedars don't come in a can. Ever seen a cat's reaction to an electric can opener?

    Meanwhile, back to Super Cedars and the discount.
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  17. Hearth Mistress

    Hearth Mistress Minister of Fire

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    Like those WWII ration cans! Hah! I'll send you a P38 opener, cats won't know you're opening can unless they learn you cursing trying to use it (I'm left handed, not made for left handed folks)
  18. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    Very familiar with the P38. They were in the Vietnam ration packs too. Hate the things. But to get to the peaches you would do anything. Actually we tossed the electric opener a few years ago. Simpler with the mechanical ones. Cat caught onto that one too. <>
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  19. mepellet

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    Got my samples today. Looking forward to trying them out! Thanks!
  20. Beer Belly

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    Super Cedars came in yesterday.....might try 1/4 in the firepit tonight...the rest for the woodstove.
  21. bag of hammers

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    Yeah - these things might be the kicker I need to get more outside fires going this year (been too busy). Or the sauna stove - that's been horribly neglected all year too. Crap - maybe should've ordered a bigger box...

    You know, I can almost start a fire underwater, but I'm still looking forward to taking this product for a test drive.
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  22. Bluerubi

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    I don't usually promote products in any forum, but my super cedar sample arrived yesterday and I'm beyond impressed. I've been using fatwood and homedepot/walmart fire starters for years, and honestly can't believe the difference when using the super cedars. Last night I used 1/4 of a puck, no kindling, and five good sized hardwood splits just to see what it can do. This product ignited when I barely touched the match to it, and burned so intensly that my logs had no choice but to start. Very safely the easiest fire I have ever lit without the use of accelerants, so much so that after one use I'm going to be ordering a couple of cases today to set myself up for the year.

    Thank you for a great product!
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  23. Beer Belly

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    Okay, now I'm getting excited about trying the Super Cedars.....just not cold enough yet. Wanted to try in the firepit, but hated to waste it, so I hung on to it for our first fire in the woodstove. If it's as good as I'm hearing, I'll split one between two friends so they can test them out also.....bring in more business for ya;)
  24. NortheastAl

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    Trust us, they are that good. Just order them because you won't want to be without them once you start burning. Lit our first fire tonight with a quarter puck left over from last year. Worked perfectly.
  25. BrotherBart

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    I laughed on this board for five or six years about the chatter about Super Cedars. I didn't need no damn pucks to start fires. Been doing it for 35 years just fine with kindling and paper. Finally ordered the samples from Thomas for a grin.

    Whoa!. I don't even remember where I last put my kindling axe.

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