Seller's Comments and Description:
http://www.lukeswood.com Seasoned hardwood kindling stored
under roof with good air flow for one year
burns nicely as the moisture drops from 50% to 20%
from first cut to dry stored one year.
Hardwood kindling contains 65% more BTU value over
soft wood such as white pine. The coals last longer,
produce more heat thus giving firewood optimal time
to ignite and burn. Kiln dried hardwood kindling has
a moisture content of 12% or lower after
drying in a kiln for three days or more.
New hardwood flooring has a moisture content in the
range of 6% to 9% as does hardwood furniture.
Other advantages of kiln dried hardwood kindling are:
Makes fire starting easier Increases the
flame of the fire Increases the heat provided
by the fire Decreases the maintenance of the fire
Minimizes creosote build-up Minimizes emissions No bugs,
insects, fungus, mold, mildew or chemicals Popular
hardwood kindling are maple, beech and birch.
The favorite is “The King’s Wood”, Adirondack Ash Kindling
because this hardwood splits the easiest and straightest
with just a kindling hatchet and produces the
smallest amount of ash. Ash new or ash old Is fit for a
queen with crown of gold. But ash wet
or ash dry a king shall warm his slippers by -
Lady Celia Congreve 1930 Like the blog – Pass it on!
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