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Firelog - 6 Pound



6.00 lb
SKU / UPC: 041137001072


Lighting Instructions: 1. Without tearing, loosen firelog wrapper by gently pulling on seam. 2. Place firelog (only one) on supporting grate with arrows pointing down and seam facing room. 3 Light the seam below each arrow. Close fireplace screen.

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Duraflame, Inc.

Stockton, CA 95203

Safety Warnings

Safety Instructions: Instructions: For a safe and long-burning fire, follow instructions carefully. Open fireplace damper before lighting firelog. Burn firelog on supporting grate to rear of fireplace. Grates with bar spacing greater than three inches do not provide adequate support and may result in firelog breakage , flare-up, and/or reduced burn time. Do not burn firelogs on andirons. Burn only one firelog at a time, and never add anything to an existing firelog fire. Do not burn firelog with any other materials. Close wire mesh protective fire screen when burning firelog. Always leave fireplace glass doors open while firelog is burning unless fireplace manufacturer's instructions indicate otherwise. Never leave any fire unattended, nor allow children or pets to play near fire. Not suitable for human or animal consumption. Caution - Risk of Fire: The Duraflame firelog is designed to light easily with a match or butane utility lighter. Do not use flammable liquids, firestarters, or fireplace gas log lighters to ignite firelog. Poking or breaking up a burning firelog can cause the firelog to become extremely flammable and result in sudden flare-up. Do not poke burning firelog with fireplace tools. Flaming particles may stick to tools. Do not place wood or other items on a burning firelog. To extinguish firelog in an emergency, use UL Listed dry chemical fire extinguisher or carefully douse fire with water. Do not use in wood stoves or barbecues. Do not use for cooking. California Proposition 65 Warning: Burning fireplace or wood stove fuels such as natural firewood results in the emission of carbon monoxide, soot, and other combustion by-products which are known by the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or reproductive harm. If your fireplace is functioning properly, emissions of this firelog should be vented outdoors where they dissipate in the air. A properly installed and maintained fireplace and chimney will substantially reduce the possibility of combustion by-products entering your home. If you suspect that your unit is not functioning properly, a qualified contractor should be consulted. The Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) recommends that your fireplace and chimney be inspected annually.