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Cast Iron Dog Wood Stove Steamer

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Cast Iron Dog Wood Stove Steamer

Cast Iron Dog Wood Stove Steamer
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Add healthy moisture to the air and dress up your wood stove with our exclusive Dog Wood Stove steamer. Finely detailed cast iron steamer holds three quarts of water, so it won't run dry when left on your stove overnight. Whimsical Dog design looks good year round whether you're using your wood stove or not. Matte porcelain enamel finish inside and out to resist rust and maintain a like-new appearance.

• 3 quart dog wood stove steamer
• Cast iron with a porcelain enamel finish
• Rust resistant
• Helps add moisture to dry air

12"L x 7"W x 6"H
3.9 (based on 8 customer reviews)

By truebritt
Cast iron stove steamer
Comments about Product:
I looked all over for a wood stove steamer and read many reviews. The sleeping dog wood stove steamer is super! Good and sturdy cast iron, an attractive lid with a a sleeping dog by a camp fire. Great, if your dog also sleeps in front of the wood stove! And it holds enough water to not worry about constant refills!

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By Frankly Frankie
FromSaluda, NC
Love my new wood stove steamer!
Comments about Product:
So much better than a kettle that I used before! I enjoy watching the steam rise from the campfire, it works great. With it being cast iron I just worry about how it will hold up to rust. I would love to have some fragrance to all to my water, something like Pumpkin Spice for fall & Christmas Pine! Hope to find some.

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By Mainiac
FromSurry, Maine
Nice product - size not as stated.
Comments about Product:
We just purchased the steamer. It is sturdy and very charming on the wood stove. But, we are disappointed that it is advertised as being 3 qt., when it is Max. 2.5.

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By Butch
FromPoconos, Pennsylvania
Great Quality
Comments about Product:
Received this steamer as a gift; unlike other wood stove topped steamers I've used in the past this one has not rusted or worn at all in a full season of burning. Love the steam through the wood pile when the fire is going and the axe/dog just complete it. Well worth the $$ for years of enjoyment. Makes me happy to stoke up the fire every morning!!

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By Amigo
FromAlberta, Canada
Looks great.
Comments about Product:
Bought as Christmas gift so can't comment on the pros and cons yet.

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By Lil miss
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I bought this for my husband for Christmas. The picture does no justice as to how well the steamer looks in person. The dog and the added touch of the log with the axe in it is wonderful. We started using it on our wood stove as soon as he opened the gift and are in love with it. For now this rating is only four stars because of the little time we've been using it. I can only assume that it will last based on the quality of the cast iron. Product shipped and arrived in no time too.

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By dupreek
FromHarpers Ferry, WV
Love it!
Comments about Product:
It's wonderful. Just what I expected

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By Jennifer Romeo
FromLong Island ny
Not even a week and its rusting
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It is starting to rust already. I am so disappointed in this product.

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