However, inhalation of any smoke from a fire can have harmful health effects and should generally be avoided.
When burning wood in a fireplace always be sure to have a proper draft; no smoke or vapors from the burning wood should be entering the living area.
quite good to burn indeed!
Yes, Bass guitars will burn just fine in your fireplace. Remember to remove strings, tuners, and pickups.
NO - there are compounds in the combustibles which are higly allergenic.
Birch is excellent fireplace wood.
Yes, you can burn apple wood in a fireplace. It generates very little smoke and hotter than normal firewood. It is a good heat output with a small visible flame and ideal for wood-fire. It is a safely and efficiently burned in fireplace.
NO! Definatley not! just stick to regular fire wood
Wood pellets are intended to burn under a forced draft. They will not burn as well in a fireplace- why not use regular firewood? It is much less expensive than the wood pellets, and will burn as well in a fireplace. PS- a fireplace is a very poor choice for heating a home.
No, it's very poisonous.
no. It is very harsh. fire.
Check with Martin for an owner's manual. Unless a fireplace is specifically rated as multi-fuel, a gas fireplace cannot safely burn wood.
Green Wood Poor Draft In order for green wood to burn well, you first must have good coals from dead dry wood.
Its wood isn't it
Gas fireplaces are not intended to burn wood. A gas ASSISTED fireplace can burn either gas or wood. ONLY if that is the type you have should you try to burn wood. Be sure damper to the flue is open, and that wood is dry,
No, it is not safe to burn. It is toxic.
Cottonwood burns fast, with little odor when well dried.
No. It's illegal.
Yes, eucalyptus burns hot and slow, so it's good for fireplaces and wood stoves. e. Eucalyptus is slow to catch, though, so it's not a good starter wood. But if you put it on a started fire, it'll burn for a long time.
I do - smells lovely!