10 Best fire Pit of 2018

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  • 30,000 BTU Gas Fire Pit; Square black steel firebowl
  • Cover included
  • Sleek solid steel side panels to conceal propane tank (20lb...
  • Endless Summer
  • 29-in. fire pit with PVC cover
  • Steel fire bowl with folding legs
  • Heat-resistant mesh spark screen
  • 30,000 BTU Gas Fire Pit; Square black steel firebowl
  • Cover included
  • Sleek solid steel side panels to conceal propane tank (20lb...
  • 58,000 BTU propane fire bowl provides a clean and smokeless...
  • CSA approved fire bowl ensures consumer satisfaction and...
  • Includes pre-attached 10 ft. hose w/regulator, propane tank...
  • Heat-resistant, painted steel bowl and fire screen
  • Log grate, cooking grate, carrying bag and fire tool...
  • No tools required for assembly
  • 29-in. fire pit with PVC cover
  • Steel fire bowl with folding legs
  • Heat-resistant mesh spark screen

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Fire Bowl Guide

If you enjoy sitting by the beautiful campfire in the summer or in the fall, you will love this invention. The fire Pit gives the feeling of having the campsite directly in the garden or on the terrace. Even the ancient nomad peoples of North Africa and Asia used this precious idea of ​​a portable fire source. The fire Pit was then mostly made of clay or ceramic. It was used not only as a heat donor but also as a ritual powerhouse and food preparation. In addition, the shell was used for protection, as wild animals kept away from the big fire.

Material and care

Fire bowls are available in many different designs and materials. Most commonly, however, these products are made of steel and stainless steel. Some manufacturers offer bowls with dished bottom or pressed sheet metal shells. For smaller gardens, fire bowls up to 70 cm are recommended. From a diameter of 75 cm you can also use a grill. The jumbo edition starts at 1 meter. While the smaller models only cost between € 20 and € 150, you have to expect at least € 200 per piece for the large bowls. This is usually without accessories, such as grill, wireless hood, brushes and cleaning agents, which are urgently needed. Among the common materials there are also editions of terracotta or clay. However, it should be noted that they absorb more moisture and thus cracks in the shell body can arise. Such products are very sensitive to impact and also not suitable for all weathers.

To have a longevity fire Pit to guarantee that they should always be stored dry. Unfortunately, steel and cast iron have the property of rusting moisture. It is best to cover the bowls with a lid made of the same material. Then you can safely, at least in the kinder months of the year, leave in the garden. Remove the soot and ash. Thereafter, the shell body is rubbed dry and sealed to prevent rust. Only use the accessories, which are also the material of yours fire Pit fits. For stainless steel items, stainless brushes or abrasives must also be used.

What is there to consider when buying or in the safety regulations?

You can buy fire bowls on the Internet and in any hardware store or garden center. Those who insist on quality, should avoid shells, these usually have a low sheet thickness and can easily deform at high heat. First, consider where the model should be stored. How often is it used? Should it be grilled? How much space is allowed? fire Pit on the terrace? Do you want a rain drain or do you prefer a handy cover? Very important are stability and leg height of the fire bowl. If you decide to buy a stainless product, it is best to consult on-site which accessories are needed. When setting up in the garden, a firm, heat-resistant surface such as gravel or paving stones must be present. Use only natural material: wood, charcoalor wood briquettes. Garden waste can not be burned and can lead to a fine. Keep enough distance to the property of your neighbor. Never place the peel next to bushes or shrubs. Have an extinguishing agent ready for each operation. Get yourself a radio hood, so you can control the flying sparks better.

*Last update on 2018-07-29 / Affiliate links(we get a commission when you buy on amazon) / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API