Starting a fire in a wood stove
People who are dissatisfied with wood stoves say they're dissatisfied because of the hassles and problems they have when starting fires in them. Starting a fire in a wood stove is a considerable undertaking when compared to starting a fire in a gas or oil furnace. They require only turning up the thermostat. For the best results in starting a wood fire, you should have a well-thought-out "tandard operating procedure."
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