Can you use fire logs in a wood burning stove?
Similarly, are fire logs suitable for stoves?
Heat Logs are easy to use and are suitable for all stoves and fireplaces. The logs light quickly and easily and for best results we recommend you use our Kiln Dried Kindling and Eco Firelighters to start your fire. Likewise if using in an open fireplace, keep an eye so it doesn't push out over the grate.
What Can I Burn in My Fireplace or Wood Stove?
- Wrapping paper.
- Pizza boxes or other cardboard boxes.
- Junk mail.
Similarly, are fire logs better than wood?
Firelogs are easy to light and perform much like a candle with the sawdust particles serving as the wick, and the wax as the fuel. The result is a longer, more consistent burn than cord wood that almost fully consumes the firelog, leaving little ash to clean up after the firelog is finished burning.
Sumac is a known toxic burning wood of North America. You are not to use it with the preparation of food. As noted in a comment, all wood can be considered to release toxins in the smoke when burned. You may be exposed to more toxic smoke if you burn hotter fires.