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Newspaper Briquette Log Maker
Rating: 4.3/5read 4 reviews
- Turns old newspapers, junk mail, shredded paper and cardboard into 'logs' to use as fuel
- Each briquette will burn steadily for up to 2 hours and leave a minimum amount of ash
- Stock up in the summer for winter stove burning or use on BBQs
Help conserve forests, reduce landfill and save on heating costs by converting your old newspapers, junk mail, shredded paper, cardboard, wood chippings and wrapping paper into fuel.
The perfect way to recycle newspapers and save money. Simply soak your old newspapers in water, fill the Paper Log Maker then press down the handles to squeeze out excess moisture. Then leave to dry and the newspaper briquettes will burn steadily for up to 2 hours depending on contents and are non-toxic.
Alternatively, the newspaper briquettes burn easily and leave a minimum amount of ash, so why not replace it with your charcoal this summer as a source of BBQ fuel.
- Creates logs up to 22cm long x 8cm wide x 10cm deep
- Steel press for recycling paper into slow burning "briquettes"
- Stock up in the summer for winter stove burning
- When dry the “briquettes” will burn steadily for up to 2 hours, with no toxic fumes and minimal ash
- Can also be used as a fuel for outdoor cooking
- Coated steel press, with removable insert and instructions
- Standard Delivery (approx. 7 working days) - £3.99
- Express Delivery (approx. 3 working days) - £4.99
- Next Working Day Delivery (orders must be placed by 2pm Monday to Friday) - £6.99
- We deliver to mainland UK, Northern Ireland, Channel Islands and Scottish Highlands & Islands
- Every product is covered by our 14-day money back guarantee
- Every product is guaranteed for at least 12 months. If your item develops a fault within the guarantee period, we will either refund (only if within 14 days) or replace free of charge
- If you wish to return an item to us for whatever reason, please call us on 020 3617 7400
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Does what it says, but obviously a summer job - brickettes take forever to dry out enough.10/10/2012 10:11:00
Have made a few, but not dry enough to try burning them on our log burner yet - am hoping they will work! We see this as a summer job, as they arent drying out at all well at this time of year. Can be hard to get the made brick out of the former, and we have found you can get more moisture out if you stand on them afterwards!!
This contraption is very sturdy and easy to use. I have only been using newspapers to make the briquettes, as I find it to release the least smoke when burning. It takes a whole newspaper to make up one briquette, so you need quite a lot if you intend to rely on this to fuel a wood burner. I haven't yet tried to burn a briquette, so cannot comment on the burning time, I worked out that one month worth of newspapers converted into briquettes would easily cover the cost of the log maker. I'd say that a good investment, for my wallet and for the planet.
Does what it says on the tin
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