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Round Steel Fire Pit Cover, 34" dia.

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Round Steel Fire Pit Cover, 34" dia.

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Round Steel Fire Pit Cover, 34" dia.
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Description
Use our Steel Fire Pit cover to snuff out fire more quickly and add safety after the fire is gone. Heavy duty fire pit cover is hinged in the middle with built-in handles for easy transport. Simply place it over your fire pit and it's safe for the evening. Round design for both free-standing and in-ground fire pits.

• Steel fire pit cover - 34" dia. round
• Hinged center and built-in handles
• Portable and storable
• Safely helps snuff out your fire
• Protects hands from hot embers while the fire is dying
• Keeps excess water and animals out of your fire pit

Dimensions
34" dia.
Reviews
5.0
5.0 (based on 1 customer reviews)

By Ron
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Good solid functional product
Comments about Product:
Easy to use and handle, but made from a heavy gauge metal and robust hinges. No warping when use to snuff a very hot fire. Some paint discoloration in the spots over high temperature coals, but paint seems to remain. We'll see how it lasts the winter.

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