Solid Energy Kindling

SKU: 00518438
$7.45
Price correct as at Fri 19 Oct 2018 11:02:26am
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Product Description

This ready-to-use product is clean-handling, dry and easy to light. It quickly establishes a bright flame to build a good fire. This is a 100% renewable fuel from timber waste sourced from sustainably managed New Zealand forest plantations. This kindling is suitable for use in all wood burners, multi-fuel burners, open fires and outdoor fireplaces.

  • East to light
  • Kiln dried product
  • Kindling gives fast fire build
  • Clean handling
  • Carton can be used to light fire (no waste)

Product Details

Model Name
Solid Energy Kindling
Material
Dry pine wood
Colour
Natural
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:25 H:25 L:300
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:310 H:205 L:240

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