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Old 12-04-2014, 06:15 PM   #43
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Duraflame vs Repose

Hello stevebaz I don't know how the wood pellets compare to the Duraflame logs for smoke but when the pellets are burning there is very little smoke . Wood pellets have no binders added to hold them together and no accelerant like oils or waxes in them . Thank you for your interest . Brian ,Repose fire logs LLC
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Repose Fire Logs; Love them. We use them in the winter in a pot belly stove and airtight wood burner. For you guys that like a fire in the summer at your camp site, you are really missing the boat if you dont have these. Just be sure to get your wood pellets in the winter because you cant find them in the summer.
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Brian, gotta admit these sound quite interesting; especially for the PNWet. Just might have to give 'em a try next year after I pick up "Escaping Reality".
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Hi Pat I hope give Repose a try they are great for Escaping Reality. PNWet?
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PNWet?
AKA PNW, (Pacific Northwest). You do know, Brian, it never rains here, just lots of liquid sunshine.
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Cold here today and staying warm with my Repose fire logs burning in the pot belly stove.
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