Make your fire last longer, whether in a fireplace or wood stove. Place firemizer™ on the base of your fire or stove, then build your fire with wood or coal as usual. The firemizer will spread heat more evenly to make your fire burn longer and use less fuel. Simply brush ashes off between fires, and start enjoying your fires more.
• firemizer™ fire optimizer flexible heat grid • Maximize duration and efficiency of your wood or coal fire • Reduces fuel usage by up to 33% • Minimizes creosote in chimney by up to 57% • Can be used with firewood, coal, or wood pellets • Lasts for approximately 500 hours • Handle firemizer with protective gloves • Spun stainless steel alloy fibers welded together into a flexible heat grid
Dimensions 14"W x 20"L 1 sheet in package
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Comments about Product: The firemizer was just what I needed to burn wood all day without using the gas jets to keep the wood burning, I also flip it over every time I start a new fire and it keeps the ashes from gathering. Love and will purchase again and again as needed.
Comments about Product: This item was everything we hoped it would be and more. Before we installed the frizzier we were constantly poking and adjusting the logs so they would burn evenly. It became a chore. Now, we hardly have to touch it. We found that if you flip the grid over before each new fire to remove the ashes the fire starts quicker. This is a must have for a wood burning fireplace!
Comments about Product: I bought this to replace a piece of steel mesh (hardware cloth) in our fireplace which uses natural gas jets to ignite the logs. I do not know if the heat from the gas jets was too much, but the firemizer burned through in several big patches after just a few fires. Not at all worth the $30+ price tag.
Comments about Product: Have been modifying an old fireplace in the house I moved into last year, trying to solve numerous problems. This product has made a significant difference; Fires start easier, last longer, and burn much more steadily. The only problem I've encountered is accidentally catching the mesh when I use a poker, and dragging it--and hot ash--off kilter a bit. It's also not easy to clean the accumulated ash between fires without creating a "cloud"--but I'm working on it because it makes woodburning so much easier...AND reduces the ash created, thankfully.