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Why Better Campfires Are More Fun Building 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 Season Campfire 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 Campfire Building 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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Campfire Help Videos Building a Campfire, Campfire Safety

by Curtis on June 26, 2013 with 0 comments

Building a safe, low-maintenance campfire is about using the right wood in the right configuration. Words can be descriptive, and pictures can provide even better detail at times, but often video is best. FIREase offers four videos on building, maintaining, and putting out fires safely and efficiently. Check them out here!

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Top Firebuilding Blogs Building a Campfire, Campfire Safety

by Curtis on June 19, 2013 with 0 comments

Building a safe, long-lasting fire doesn’t have many steps, but executing them well makes the difference between a stress-free evening and a safety hazard. Check out these blogs to learn about the components of a safe campfire that requires minimal maintenance. For more info, check back on our blog or contact us. Campfire Safety Best …

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How to Build a Great Campfire Building a Campfire, Campfire Safety

by Curtis on June 12, 2013 with 0 comments

Building a campfire isn’t all that difficult or complicated, but there are a few important steps to making it safe, warm, and easy to maintain, greatly improving your overall campfire experience. Begin by placing your dry starter material in the center of your campground or firepit. Place your small kindling on top of the starter material …

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Advantages to Using an IncinerGrate Building a Campfire, Campfire Fun, Campfire Safety

by Curtis on June 5, 2013 with 0 comments

Using an IncinerGrate to organize, contain, structure, and manage your firewood as it burns offers a number of advantages. These relate not only to the quality of the fire, but can have safety implications, as well as increasing the amount of time you can spend doing other things. Firewood stacking is a much simpler task …

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Share Your Campfire & IncinerGrate Photos! Building a Campfire, Campfire Fun

by Curtis on May 29, 2013 with 0 comments

Building a nice campfire and sharing it with friends are two of life’s great joys. But now you can share them with the world. Show us what you like to do with your IncinerGrate! Click here to upload photos of good times you’ve had by the campfire. Looking for ways to improve your fire? Check …

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Firewood Varieties and Uses Building a Campfire, Campfire Safety

by Curtis on May 22, 2013 with 0 comments

Both hardwood and softwood can be used in a fire.  Softwoods are better for starting  fire, but burn quickly.  Hardwoods burn hotter and longer, but are harder to ignite. Beyond this, the individual types of hardwood and softwood produce different levels of smoke, different scents, throw sparks differently, and split differently. There’s a lot to …

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