Will you be firing up the fireplace or fire pits this holiday season? We always love to have a warm fire going in the fireplace during all of our holiday festivities. Makes the entire home feel warm and cozy. This year we found a great company called Enviro-Log and they make 100% recycled logs that you can use in your fires.
Made of 100% recycled waxed cardboard. Known as the greenest and most versatile firelogs on the market.
Enviro-Log Firelogs emit:
- 30 percent less greenhouse gases
- 80 percent less carbon monoxide
- 86 percent less creosote.
They also burn longer, one Enviro-Log burns for up to 3 hours for the 5 pound log and 2 hours for the 3 pound log. They are a great choice as an alternative to burning real wood. They work great for your home fireplace, in fire pits, camping, and more.
They also have these great firestarters. They actually smell really good, like a candle. They make lighting your fires super easy and safer. Made from 100 percent recycled eco-friendly wax and offer an alternative to kindling, petroleum-based starter blocks, lighter fluids and ethanol-based gels.
- Up to 20 minutes of burn time
- Tall and consistent flames
- Can light damp firewood
- Leaves no mess to clean up
We love to camp and the girls are in Girl Scouts and do a lot of outdoor hiking, camping, and cooking. These little firestarters are awesome, we take them with us every time we go camping. So convenient. So much safer then using lighter fluids.
You can learn more and purchase on the Enviro-Log website.
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