How to Put Out a Fireplace Fire?


There are a variety of ways to put out a fireplace fire. You can simply let it burn down. You could also pour sand over the entire fire to put it out faster.
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1. Spread out the logs and embers. Use the fireplace poker to keep the logs and embers separate from one another. 2. Bank the fire. Use the small fireplace shovel and bury the flaming
It's not too hard to build a fire in a fireplace. First, you can place some kindling in the middle of your fireplace's grate. Lay two pieces of wood on top of the kindling with the
1 Check that the damper is open. The damper is a device that controls the amount of air flowing through the flue. The flue is the passage or duct for smoke in a chimney. Feel inside
coal left from the wood or if you just use wood ash.
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