100% waxed cardboard logs

Mooch

New Member
Jan 23, 2019
88
Jm
Can anyone tell me if it's safe to burn the wax logs in a wood stove. Thanks in advance
 

Texas123

Member
Apr 12, 2016
119
Stephenville, TX
I burn the brand called Enviro-Log in my Jotul 500. They are specifically designed for woodstove use and not only for fireplace use.
I like to start the fire and then put one on the coals.
Please put only one in the stove, if you put two you risk too much fire in your stove.
 

kennyp2339

Minister of Fire
Feb 16, 2014
4,386
07462
Any product that uses binders (dura flame & there knock off's) are not safe for wood stoves.
 

kborndale

Burning Hunk
Oct 9, 2008
155
LI
I burn the brand called Enviro-Log in my Jotul 500. They are specifically designed for woodstove use and not only for fireplace use.
I like to start the fire and then put one on the coals.
Please put only one in the stove, if you put two you risk too much fire in your stove.
I use the enviro logs when we are just hanging out in the basement and run the stove with the doors open like a fireplace, it gets to hot down there to shut the doors when we hang out down there on the weekend. The enviro logs are safe for wood stoves, and cheaper then duraflame. I also do not like the smell the duraflames give off, the envirologs dont smell bad.