One thing that we love doing in the summer months is having a bon fire in the back yard. Nothing like sitting around a fire, making smores and having fun with family and friends. Sometimes it can be hard to find some firewood though and I worry about the effect on the environment. I recently found this great company though called Enviro-Log. Enviro-Log makes logs that you can burn in a fire that is made from 100% recycled wax cardboard.
If you need to find wood to burn these are great to have on hand. You can throw one of these in the fire ring and it will burn for up to 3 hours. Made of recycled cardboard so it’s making good use out of something that would normally end up in a landfill. So I feel really good about using them. They burn really well and last a long time. They are great for taking camping with you if you are going somewhere you might not have a lot of firewood around. We always pack a couple to take with us on camping trips so we know we will have something for the fire for sure.
Need fire starters? They make those too. I love the smell of them. Made out of wax and they burn a really long time (20 minutes). Just put in the fire and light, it is sure to get your fire going quickly and easily. These are really convenient to have on hand and much safer than using lighter fluids or accelerants. We like using them in our fires because they make the process so much faster and safer.
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