Burns hotter and longer than ordinary charcoal Gives better results
Thanks for sharing your first deal with us @24fanaticuk :)
Please can someone explain the difference Restaurant grade is , I thougt it was all the same stuff.
https://www.diy.com/departments/restaurant-charcoal-12kg/5060098640071_BQ.prd Currently £12.50 in B&Q. Have used this before and as OP has said it is vastly superior to the non restaurant one. Our local B&Q had a pallet full of it in the BBQ area.
Posted 4th Apr 2020Posted 4th Apr 2020
25% off @ coals2u with code - E.G 12KG Charcoal for £9.74 (£10 P&P)£19.74
@cambourne03 - We've just had a multi-fuel stove fitted and I can assure you that it is anything but cold! @GROOVYCHICK69 - We love our stove. When it's up and running it heats the whole house. We have about three tonnes of coal briquettes stored outside but we try to only use a little coal each day. Most of the time we burn driftwood from the beach so our house is pretty much heated for free. :)
we have a log burner that can also burn coal and we do every day. Havent turned the heating on yet and despite there being a bit of a chill in the morning when you first get up the fire works fine, wont be taking up this deal as we already have plenty but thanks anyway to the poster
Just as a matter of interest, how long would a tonne of coal last if it was the only heat source for say a 3 bed well insulated semi detached in Accrington ? :p
Nobody has a coal fire nowadays. Voted cold
I see that the deal is from coals2u. I have reported them before for false advertising. They say that they offer free, nationwide delivery but they won't deliver north of the border. As far as I am aware Scotland is still part of the nation so their advert is false.