Saturday, 13 September 2014 00:00

Only burning the Best of the Best this year

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This 2014-15 wood pellet season is going to be warm, toasty and not much ash.  Yes, I'm going to be burning the CleanFire Pacific pellets this year which are fantastic.  


  1. super solid bag. I can toss them down into the basement with out breaks
  2. outside storage is fine due to the superior packing and pallets
  3. great burn
  4. nice smell
  5. low ash
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  • Comment Link Charles   Thursday, 15 January 2015 14:31 posted by Charles

    Just remember keep your pellets inside out of the weather in a shade , garage or basement regardless of quality of pellet . Just coving your pellets with tarp outside will not protect them from dampness . Had to learn the hard way !


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