Essential Accessories Suggested For New Woodstove Burner

isipwater Posted By isipwater, Sep 30, 2013 at 6:54 PM

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  1. firefighterjake

    Minister of Fire 2.

    Jul 22, 2008
    Unity/Bangor, Maine
    Gotta agree with Jags . . . cheap way to keep an eye on things . . . especially in the first year or burning. Eventually, in time with experience, the thermometers will simply be back up . . . confirmation of what you think is happening . . . but in the first year of burning they're mighty handy in my opinion.
  2. Bluezx636

    Member 2.

    Oct 2, 2012
    Long Island NY
    Fiskars X27 I have owned one for almost a year and it's holding up great, haven't even sharpened it yet. It has paid for itself in the money saved from not replacing broken axe handles. (from my own inexperience)
    Also any sort of wagon or wheelbarrow if you need to move your wood around more then a few feet. I went with a Gorilla cart to help me move wood from my driveway to my backyard and it made life a lot easier compared to using garbage cans.....
    Lakeside and Scols like this.
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