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2 x 1kg charcoal 20p B&M Retail Salisbury
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2 x 1kg charcoal 20p B&M Retail Salisbury

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Posted 3rd JanAvailable: South West (Wiltshire)

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A little early for a BBQ, perhaps. But worth saving at this price. Not sure if this is local, the gardening stuff was coming out, and these double bags of easy light charcoal were with it (well hidden on the bottom shelf)
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It's fine to chuck on a house fire instead of coal...
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zcaprd703/01/2020 20:07

It's fine to chuck on a house fire instead of coal...


Shouldn’t be used in door. CO2 and CO will be building up massively as well as all the soot

But it is a great price for preparation for summer if we get one.
RickyWong04/01/2020 09:52

Shouldn’t be used in door. CO2 and CO will be building up massively as w …Shouldn’t be used in door. CO2 and CO will be building up massively as well as all the sootBut it is a great price for preparation for summer if we get one.


Eh, isn't that what a chimney is for?
Co2 and CO will still come through tho. Albeit the soot will be taken up through the chimney.
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RickyWong04/01/2020 21:01

Co2 and CO will still come through tho. Albeit the soot will be taken up …Co2 and CO will still come through tho. Albeit the soot will be taken up through the chimney.


Not as much as coal, surely?
zcaprd706/01/2020 04:41

Not as much as coal, surely?


Don’t think anyone uses coal these days for domestic purpose. 100yrs ago yes.
RickyWong06/01/2020 08:10

Don’t think anyone uses coal these days for domestic purpose. 100yrs ago y …Don’t think anyone uses coal these days for domestic purpose. 100yrs ago yes.


Well, I do... And many others.
zcaprd706/01/2020 10:16

Well, I do... And many others.


Is the coal you using the stuff that’s packaged for BBQ? Just curious. Didn’t even know the coal industry sell domestic products other than BBQ ones. Coal has a lot of impurities in it as it is earthen material. So a lot more harmful by-products. It’s cheap but charcoal definitely better as an alternative.
RickyWong06/01/2020 11:30

Is the coal you using the stuff that’s packaged for BBQ? Just curious. D …Is the coal you using the stuff that’s packaged for BBQ? Just curious. Didn’t even know the coal industry sell domestic products other than BBQ ones. Coal has a lot of impurities in it as it is earthen material. So a lot more harmful by-products. It’s cheap but charcoal definitely better as an alternative.


No, it's just a bag of coal for open fires, from b&m or cpl distribution. I like to add a few nuggets to my fires, but mainly use heat logs.

I wouldn't use coal for a bbq, but don't see why I can't use charcoal for a house fire?
Have you been to a petrol station recently? Haven't you seen all the bags of coal parked outside of it? They usually switch from charcoal in the summer to coal in the winter, for obvious reasons...
Edited by: "zcaprd7" 6th Jan
If you shop at B&M I would say most of them have coal on pallets out the front of stores or in there Garden centres with Smokeless coal being the most popular.
Yes, the smokeless pellets are nice to combine with a bit of wood, but £2.99 for a 10kg bag of coal gives off a lot of heat for the money...
Edited by: "zcaprd7" 7th Jan
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