Can pea gravel be used in fire pit?
Simply so, is pea gravel safe for fire pit?
If you prefer the look of pea gravel, this is a nice, safe option as well. You will want to build up the ring of stones about three to five courses high, but no more than 20 inches high to keep a good fire burning. Remember to always practice fire safety when using your new backyard fire pit.
- With a naturally high melting point, stainless steel fire pits offer durability and a corrosion- and stain-resistant surface.
- Rusted steel works well when you want a weathered look for your fire pit.
- The most durable steel fire pit finish you can get is powder coated steel.
Likewise, people ask, what do you put in the bottom of a metal fire pit?
Some metal fire pits recommend you to use an inch or 2 thick layer of sand at the bottom of the pit. So if you are undecided as to whether you need to put sand in the base of your fire pit, check with the user manual first. Some say sand is not required while other brands may recommend it.
Sandstone, river rocks, natural rocks, and gravel are not ideal fill for fire pits because they are more likely to crack or explode under high heat. No matter what type of fill you use, make sure the fill is dry when you light the fire. Even wet lava rock can explode.