These wood pellets are a Premium pellet from the Western forests of North America, where the abundance of Western Spruce allows the production of an extremely consistent, high quality pellet.
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Good day people… I just recently tried Clean Fire pellets for the first time and have to say that they are the best pellet I have ever used in my Harmon stove. Burned 8 bags this week and hardly any ash whatsoever. Have never used a cleaner pellet, and very happy with the amount of heat it throws also. I will certainly be using these from today forward.
Burned these last year (Winter 2017) and they were great with few clinkers, and good reliable start up
I took delivery in Novemebr 2017. Love the triple weather covering and the driver was great in placing them. But…
Avoid these pellets this year. I’ve been burning pellets in a Harman P61 for almost 20 years. I typically burn softwood pellets and used to order Cleanfire pellets years ago. Their quality dropped so I went with other suppliers. Thought I would try Cleanfire Pacific pellets again this year. Huge mistake. Lots of heavy black granular ash in the burn pot. The pellets came from three different pallets. Each pallet is burning bad. If I do not rake the burn pot every 4 hours I get a burn pot full of heavy ash and a lazy dirty flame making a sticky sooty mess of the stove. I also have American Wood Fibers softwood. Love them. I can go 16-18 hours before needing to rake the burn pot. And even then the ash is gray and light, not clogging the burn pot. I can go 12-14 hours burning Spruce Pointe softwood before needing the rake the burn pot. Again a gray light ash. I even ran to the local HD that had Fireside Ultra’s and picked up a few test bags. They burn way better than the Cleanfire. They burned like a hard/soft blend, which they are supposed to be. I could go 8-12 hours before raking the burn pot and the ash was light. They were surprisingly very respectable. I took a gamble and purchased the Cleanfire Pacific and lost. I don’t mind paying a bit more for quality. Can’t stand bad pellets. But this year I paid for quality and got trash.
These really burn like Green Supremes and their re branded brothers – bottom of the barrel. They don’t look like Green Supremes, just burn like them. Lots of heavy black ash. Stay away.
I’ve been using this brand of pellets almost exclusively for the last 6 years. Now I don’t use them in a stove. I use a wood pellet fired boiler. The last one was a Baxi 1.5, which recently died, and now a Froling P4 -8/15. Both from Tarm Biomass in Orford NH, formerly in Lyme NH. These pellets come very well packaged, never had any bad bags. I get them through woodpellets.com which is an extremely reliable place to get your pellets. Their home delivery folks are the best I’ve seen in 50 years of having stuff delivered to the house. Price varies from $250 – 260 per ton depending on the time of year. They provide very good heat, very small amounts of ash per bag and don’t make a mess on the chimney (had a sweep who really didn’t want to charge me for a cleaning when there was nothing to clean).
Why can’t companies make 20lb bags? Older women that have pellet stoves the 40lb bags are a little heavy! I just wish you would re think the size of bags
Cleanfire pellets are just the worst pellets I have used over the seven years that I have used pellets.The first year three years ago seemed Ok,so I decided I try them again.The second year was just terrible,very excessive ash and black soot all over the wall where the flue exited.I complained to woodpellets .com and the assured me that the situation with the pellets was corrected.this last year,the third year I used these pellets is just terrible.Not only did they not deliver the pellets at the time they promised,they delivered pallets contaminated with water and the ash content has not improved at all.I am thoroughly dissatified with cleanfire pellets and not recommend them to anyone. and for the record this site won’t let me submit this review.