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Large Stainless Steel Bright Reflectors
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Stainless Steel Bright Reflectors

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Large Stainless Steel Bright Reflectors
$139.95 - $149.95
Plow & Hearth Exclusive
Placed behind a gas or wood fire, our exclusive Bright Reflectors send up to 80% more warmth into your rooms, so your fire warms your home instead of escaping up the chimney. Four stainless steel hinged panels reflect dancing flames and light for added ambiance.

• Stainless steel hinged panels
• Reflects fire's heat and light
• Sends 80% more warmth into you home
• Place it behind your wood or gas fire
• Four panels per set

Small 41-3/4"L x 17-3/4"H
Medium 51-3/4"L x 19-3/4"H
Large 61-3/4"L x 21-3/4"H
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By Randy
Protective Coating problem
Comments about Product:
The reflector seems to work as advertized, maybe not as effective as claimed, but it works. But I could only give it a fair rating. My issue is with the protective coating on the metal panels. It took me over an hour to remove it AND I had to call P&H for advice. The film used needs a major improvement before I could recommend this item
By Kriis
did reflect more heat
Comments about Product:
After fire, they were all smokey, wonder how long they will last for the cost but they did reflect more heat
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Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.

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