4 x Fuel logs - 8kg for wood stoves log burners open fire etc £1.99 @ Home Bargains
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4 x Fuel logs - 8kg for wood stoves log burners open fire etc £1.99 @ Home Bargains

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Found 11th Dec 2012
Online and instore, these last a good couple of hours on our log burner

Fuel Logs (Bag of 4 Rolls)

Sometimes there's nothing better than a hot drink, curled up on the sofa with a roaring fire whilst snow is falling outside...

To create this perfect winter's evening in, these Fuel Logs are perfect for achieving an ideal temperature in an open fire. They can also be used in wood-burning stoves and chiminea's. Containing only 100% wood that's responsibly forested and no additives, there's no reason not to enjoy comfort that can only come from a real wood-burning fire.

Features:


•Fuel Logs (Bag of 4 Rolls)
•8kg bag
•Use in open fires, wood-burning stoves and chiminea's
•100% wood and no additives
•Responsibly forested

37 Comments

These aren't bad. They don't last as long as they claim to, but it saves having to put another log on every half hour. I'm sure you can get hardwood delivered much cheaper but these are fairly convenient.

Hot log......reminds me of the trip I just made to the toilet after having a vindaloo last night. Good find OP

junk4

but it saves having to put another log on every half hour.



you lazy ****.

I love these, they expand when you put them in. Buy them every week and have quite a stock pile now.

I love these, they expand when you put them in. Buy them every week and have quite a stock pile now.

Original Poster

Only wish you could park close to my local home bargains! They also have the ones you light the wrapper for 99p which are good to stock up on if you goto centre parks!

Banned

Great and a lot cheaper than the dodgy wood that I get at the local Petrol Station

Just bought a new property with a log fire as well!!! Will get some of these for Xmas before I whip the chainsaw out. Argh

GreenTruck

you lazy ****.



What about overnight? Am I supposed to get out of bed every 30 minutes? What about if I'm out during the day? Keep nipping back home?

pete181074

Only wish you could park close to my local home bargains! They also have … Only wish you could park close to my local home bargains! They also have the ones you light the wrapper for 99p which are good to stock up on if you goto centre parks!



homebargains.co.uk/pro…spx

12 for £11.98
Edited by: "leitchyleck" 11th Dec 2012

Off topic I know but how do people clean their glass on their stoves? I have tried slightly wet newspaper with ash on it but this way can be hard work.

I use a scouring pad to clean mine. When I can be bothered.

Fantastic deal. Now all I need is a Home Bargains near me and I'm sorted...!

Hot!

leet

Off topic I know but how do people clean their glass on their stoves? I … Off topic I know but how do people clean their glass on their stoves? I have tried slightly wet newspaper with ash on it but this way can be hard work.



You shouldn't have too much Ash/soot on your glass if your burning at the ideal temperature.

If you haven't already, Id invest in a stove thermometer. I learnt the hard and expensive way :-\

I use the Morso stove cleaner. Spray it on (when cold) leave for 5 10 mins then it wipes off no problem.

leet

Off topic I know but how do people clean their glass on their stoves? I … Off topic I know but how do people clean their glass on their stoves? I have tried slightly wet newspaper with ash on it but this way can be hard work.



White Vinegar works just as well as all of the expensive stove glass cleaners and it's only around 50p for a pint (500ml) in most supermarkets.

Just put it in spray bottle, spray on and wipe off. If the glass is heavily stained, spray on, attach some kitchen roll and leave to soak for about 20 minutes. a plastic scourer comes in useful as well.

Edited by: "waz101" 11th Dec 2012

I used the ones in Aldi hoping they get some more in. I might try these when I go to nearest HB later this week dont have a HB near me
Edited by: "shrek" 11th Dec 2012

I have tried loads of different products but the best i have found is definately hob brite hob cleaner. You can get it in most super markets. Works a treat even if i have left it weeks to clean the multifuel stove.

I use barkeepers friend just a small amount on a damp cloth you can get it from home bargains for less than £2 it last ages well over a year and good for cleaning upvc sills/doors too does not scratch its a very old product

leet

Off topic I know but how do people clean their glass on their stoves? I … Off topic I know but how do people clean their glass on their stoves? I have tried slightly wet newspaper with ash on it but this way can be hard work.


Edited by: "shrek" 11th Dec 2012

Original Poster

leet

Off topic I know but how do people clean their glass on their stoves? I … Off topic I know but how do people clean their glass on their stoves? I have tried slightly wet newspaper with ash on it but this way can be hard work.



The bloke in the stove shop told me it was due to you not having a sealed system - replaced the glass (which was cracked) and the putty on the flu and I don't get anywhere near the same amount of soot

leet

Off topic I know but how do people clean their glass on their stoves? I … Off topic I know but how do people clean their glass on their stoves? I have tried slightly wet newspaper with ash on it but this way can be hard work.



Use oven cleaner, leave the foam on for 15 mins and wipe clean!

leet

Off topic I know but how do people clean their glass on their stoves? I … Off topic I know but how do people clean their glass on their stoves? I have tried slightly wet newspaper with ash on it but this way can be hard work.



Mr Muscle oven cleaner - works everytime

You can get dried hard wood delivered for £80 per truck load more than 1m cubed. I find a log burns for 2-3 hours in general. You get a longer burn time from wood but the short term heat output will not be as fast as these fuel logs. I guess you can combine the two?




Its the storage and convinience for most people. If these are 2kg each (which seems quite heavy tbh) the 12 for £12 offer seems good - 50p per kg.

pete181074

Only wish you could park close to my local home bargains! They also have … Only wish you could park close to my local home bargains! They also have the ones you light the wrapper for 99p which are good to stock up on if you goto centre parks!



Only wish I had a local home bargains!

I tried a bag of these and they didnt last long at all. (_;)

its a good deal if you only want it to burn for a short time, i got some of these and they lasted about 20mins i love using the real fire at xmas but i get off cuts of wood from berrys the timber yard do large bags of offcuts for about £1-1.50 a bag.

Tesco are selling 12 for £5 of some which look very similar. Not sure how good they are but seem like good value.

I have tried these and they are OK if all you want is a real fire. They don't last as long as they claim so I wouldn't buy large quatities of them. The price quoted is not a special offer or sale price so it is fair to say that you will probably get them for this price all winter. 4 logs isn't going to last you long and it is likely that you will be making frequent trips to Home Bargins. I find you get better results if you combine these with coal.

I know this is off topic a little, but using my Stove in an open planned house, I find that using "Excel" smokeless fuel is the best you can get, and at around £5-7 per 25kg bag. A bag can last me a whole week, but if I am going to be keeping the fire going all night too so that the house is nice and warm in the morning I can definately go through a bag and a half per week.

Stocking up the fire at say 8pm, the fire is still very hot to touch at say 8am the follwoing morning, as this fuel does take a long time to burn, and produces some serious heat too.

So in a nutshell at this time of the year I use around 6 bags a month, which is £30 well spent in my opinion, as I can then leave my central heating on frost setting which costs **** all to run

The quickest way is to use Astonish on a non scratch scouring pad, and buff the glass up with newspaper to give a gleaming finish I used to use Fairy liquid with a scourer,but the Astonish removes stubborn marks effortlessly.

leet

Off topic I know but how do people clean their glass on their stoves? I … Off topic I know but how do people clean their glass on their stoves? I have tried slightly wet newspaper with ash on it but this way can be hard work.



Never have any problem using the ash but with a damp cloth to loosen the "grime", then a second damp cloth to cllean it all up

Bought x10 bags, less than 40.00, noticed a massive saving burni g the logs from home bargains, I just break the logs in to smaller pieces, now my neighbour wants some, this is cheaper than the hardwood logs I have been buying, I also have clean glass , and morni g after there is very little ash, and there firelighters are cheap as well, better stock up as weather to be cold for next few weeks
Well done home bargains

dan20rhino

You can get dried hard wood delivered for £80 per truck load more than 1m … You can get dried hard wood delivered for £80 per truck load more than 1m cubed. I find a log burns for 2-3 hours in general. You get a longer burn time from wood but the short term heat output will not be as fast as these fuel logs. I guess you can combine the two?


Where can you get THAT price for 1 cubic metre? Think best I've seen so far is £125 in Hampshire.

Not sure why expired. I've just reordered another load.

crgritchie

Where can you get THAT price for 1 cubic metre? Think best I've seen so … Where can you get THAT price for 1 cubic metre? Think best I've seen so far is £125 in Hampshire.



Cambridge

dan20rhino

Cambridge



Ah - that puts a crimp in what was otherwise a damned fine plan.
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