Are Duraflame Logs Safe?


Dura flame logs are safe and are suitable for use in all kinds of traditional open hearth fireplaces. However, Dura flame fire logs must not be burned in wood stove fireplace inserts or wood stoves.
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1. Pour water over the Duraflame log in a slow, controlled manner. This helps reduce the risk of splashing ash or scattering sparks or burning material. Saturate the entire log from
This Duraglame log is made of recycled biomass, plant waxes & oils. !
Sorry, I don't know the answer to either of those questions, but I burn natural wood because the smells and sounds and sights are more like a real fire. Duraflames are boring.
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