A Gentle, Soothing Blaze. We have an especially tiny parlor (10'x12'), so we burn just one can at a time. Our fireplace is designed to burn up to three cans at once. The effect would be much nicer with three cans blazing together, but we fear that the "mild" odor would become offensive if tripled. Besides the odor, a blaze, every evening, would get rather expensive! The last 15 minutes, or so, of the blaze is not worth watching. When the flame fades to a dull blue it's best to put the lid on and extinguish the can. That last burning residue gives off an outright nasty smell, which requires opening a window for a few minutes, at least for us. Nevertheless, the gentle, crackling blaze is very soothing after a long day. The nicest thing about this formula is safety in lighting it. There's no violent "kick", as with a buffet food warming product, but a gentle, gradual ignition.
Get the flames going with our fire starting and fuel products. Rubbing sticks together works, but we think you'll prefer these items, including bellows to maintain flames, fire starters to light up, gloves to handle logs and tools. Keep your mantel nice & neat with gas keys, gel fuel (help eliminate wood chips, rolling logs, etc.), grates and match holders. With top brands and exceptional value, you'll find what you're looking for and can enjoy all the ambience of burning logs with easy to situate and light cans that burn cleanly and provide an evening of relaxation in front of dancing flames. Use with free-standing units and regulation faux logs to recreate the beauty without the mess. They're economical, safe, convenient and provide that natural feel.