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Helen
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Post by Helen on Fri 08 Jul 2011, 8:04 am

We always take a few of these with us and have never had a complaint yet even when the site rules say no fires. They are made of compressed and treated stuff, you just stick them on your BBQ and light the packet. They do not spit and you don't go to bed smelling of smoke. Although they don't give off a huge amount of heat they do create a nice atmosphere and don't offend other campers. These burn for a couple of hours depending on the ones you buy and the price varies a lot, you can get them from B&M for 99p yet some shops are selling them for £2.48 and more. Asda also sell the Big-K ones and they will burn for up to 3 hours.

Please remember to have a bucket of water handy and don't leave unattended, also make sure your BBQ complies with the site rules regarding height.
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Post by mike on Fri 08 Jul 2011, 2:00 pm

helen wrote:We always take a few of these with us and have never had a complaint yet even when the site rules say no fires. They are made of compressed and treated stuff, you just stick them on your BBQ and light the packet. They do not spit and you don't go to bed smelling of smoke. Although they don't give off a huge amount of heat they do create a nice atmosphere and don't offend other campers. These burn for a couple of hours depending on the ones you buy and the price varies a lot, you can get them from B&M for 99p yet some shops are selling them for £2.48 and more. Asda also sell the Big-K ones and they will burn for up to 3 hours.

Please remember to have a bucket of water handy and don't leave unattended, also make sure your BBQ complies with the site rules regarding height.

Tried these at home on my log burner for those nights when its not really cold but you feel the need to watch a fire,have to say i found them no good for this but on site after a BBQ they are great

mike
Helen
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Post by Helen on Sat 09 Jul 2011, 11:41 pm

Ours don't last as long because John has found out that if he combs them with his BBQ fork (rake them gently) they tend to produce more flame but they do burn faster but the effect and heat from them is great when you do this. Very Happy

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