What fuel is best for multi fuel stove?
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Likewise, people ask, can you use smokeless fuel in a multi fuel stove?
Some smokeless coals are not approved for use in Smoke Control Areas or in multi fuel stoves. Also, never ever burn traditional housecoal in a multi fuel stove. This type of fuel can – at the time of writing – only be used on open fires in areas where there are no restrictions on burning.
Furthermore, what can you not burn in a multi fuel stove? 10 things you should never burn in your wood burning/multifuel
- Wet wood/green wood. The general consensus is that wood with a moisture reading of more than 20% is inappropriate fuel for any stove.
- Christmas trees.
- Paint/treated wood.
- Coloured paper.
- Plywood, chipboard and particleboard.
- Liquid fire starters.
- Household plastics.
Just so, what kind of coal do you use for a multi fuel stove?
Burnglo Anthracite is a popular coal that's great value for money. A reat option of coal for multi-fuel stoves. Glovoids are ovoid-shaped pieces of coal that burn for a long time with a high heat output. Phurnacite ovoids are used in cookers, multi-fuel stoves and room heaters.
How do you light a multi fuel stove?
Open the door of your multi-fuel stove. Place fire lighters or paper amongst dry kindling wood on the grate along with a small amount of your solid fuel. This is important to create a stable base for the fire to establish. Kindling is very dry, small pieces of wood and twigs that will catch alight easily.