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by hills9497@comcast.net on August 17, 2013 with 0 comments

         Fab Fire Pits strives to offer the finest selection of fire pits.  Fab Fire Pits also goes out of its way to offer its customers the best shopping experience on the internet. We’re large enough to offer the top woodburning firepits, wood burning fireplaces and patio heaters fire pits available, yet small enough to vlaue …

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Creating an Ember PocketBuilding a Campfire, Campfire Safety, Firepit Tips

by Curtis on August 14, 2013 with 0 comments

There are a few concepts in building a good campfire that are fundamental. One of these is the ember core. As the fire starts, this will consist of a “pocket” of kindling in the bottom center of the logs, as your fire burns hot, red embers will fall to the bottom. Keep these in the …

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Improving Your Firepit ExperienceFirepit Tips

by Curtis on August 7, 2013 with 1 comments

Firepits can provide great fun for family and friends right in the convenience of your back yard. But they also bring their own set of challenges. Creating unpredictable or unreliable fires can result in a fire that burns out too quickly, a fire that burns too hot for comfort, a fire with variable flames than …

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Popular Campfire BlogsBuilding a Campfire, Campfire Fun, Campfire Safety

by Curtis on July 31, 2013 with 0 comments

There’s a lot to say about a good campfire, from how to prepare, to safety tips, to maintaining a fire, to putting it out when you’re done. A good campfire makes the difference between fun and stress or safety and danger. It doesn’t take a lot of time to make a good campfire, but it …

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Stacking Wood When Building Your CampfireBuilding a Campfire, Campfire Safety

by Curtis on July 24, 2013 with 0 comments

Stacking your firewood correctly is very important when building a campfire. It can make the difference between a fast-starting fire using minimal kindling and a frustrating experience that may not get off the ground. When you build a fire, start with the smallest pieces of seasoned (dry) firewood you can find. The smaller pieces will …

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Products

by admin on July 19, 2013 with 2 comments

IncinerGrate™ S4000 $54.99 Our initial product designed for portability and ease of taking from one place to another. This product is very durable and reliable, but weighs only 5 lbs. Made of 1/2″ steel bar stock, it is designed to bring years of enjoyment. It can be easily moved from the firepit to a storage location, taken …

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Why Better Campfires Are More FunBuilding a Campfire, Campfire Fun, Campfire Safety

by Curtis on July 17, 2013 with 0 comments

Everyone has more fun when there’s less to worry about. And campfires can cause lots of worries. Will stray embers set something ablaze? How should I tend the fire? How often? What’s the safest and easiest way to add wood? How do I regulate fire temperature? How do I put out the fire? Starting with …

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Staying Safe Throughout the Camping SeasonCampfire Safety

by Curtis on July 10, 2013 with 0 comments

Camping is a fun, outdoor activity all year long. But the summer often brings out that desire to venture into the woods and build a nice big campfire. Staying safe this season can benefit you and those you care about, as well as strangers and the forest itself. It’s worth the extra few minutes to …

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Building a Long-lasting CampfireBuilding a Campfire

by Curtis on July 3, 2013 with 1 comments

There are a number of components involved in building a campfire that lasts longer and burns more evenly. Though it may require some forethought at first, it will become second-nature in no time and is completely worth the modest effort. It begins with proper starter material, small kindling on top of it, and then dry …

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