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It doesn’t take an expert to discover that a multi-fuel stove is capable of burning a range of different fuels, unlike woodburning stoves which are only able to burn wooden logs. In fact, a multi-fuel stove can burning anything from smokeless coal to kiln dried logs which makes them an incredibly beneficial investment. Here at Denton Stove Centre, we believe that it is important to exercise caution with any stove and in this blog we are going to go over a safe way to light a multi-fuel stove…

  1. The first thing you should ensure is that the primary air vent is open as this will supply a constant flow of air, and oxygen, to the fire. It is also likely that a multi-fuel stove will have an addition air vent at the top and if so, this should be left half open.
  1. After this, it is important that you build up a fire bed made from a firelighter, an old newspaper or dry kindling. Around 10 sheets of newspaper should be sufficient in order to create a strong and stable fire.
  1. Next you should light the fire bed. It is important that the door isn’t completely closed as keeping it slightly ajar will allow the heat to travel up through the flue and reduce the amount of condensation created on the glass.
  1. Once the fire bed has started to glow, you can begin to add your preferred fuel source to your multi-fuel stove. You should do this carefully in order to ensure that nobody is injured. Once the fuel has been added, the stove door and the top air vent should be closed.
  1. Finally, the last thing to do is keep an eye on your fire in order to ensure that it is burning safely and that the flames are consistent. In addition to this, the amount of heat that is generated can be varied with the bottom air vent by opening it for more heat and closing it for less heat.

Our range of stoves here at Denton Stove Centre are incredibly varied and we believe that it is this key quality that enables us to help every client find the stove that is right for them. After all, it is an important decision that should not be taken lightly. A multi-fuel stove is a great investment for people looking to burn a range of different fuel types however the safety method should be applied to every type of stove. To find out more information, get in contact with the best stoves Manchester has got to offer today!

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