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How do you clean an inground fire pit?
Last Updated: 2nd March, 2020
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Beside this, what do you put in the bottom of a fire pit?
Some metal fire pits recommend you to use an inch or 2 thick layer of sand at the bottom of the pit. So if you are undecided as to whether you need to put sand in the base of your fire pit, check with the user manual first. Some say sand is not required while other brands may recommend it.
Beside above, do you need to cover a fire pit? A protective cover is a must for any fire pit. Once your fire pit has cooled down, a protective cover will shield it from rain, sunlight, and wildlife. Using a protective cover will prolong the life of your firepit by preventing rust and discoloration.
Simply so, how do you season a fire pit?
Coat the grill grid or grates of your fire pit with a moderate layer of vegetable oil before its first use to season. If you have a gas fire pit, set the thermostat to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and allow it to operate for one hour.
How do you get ash out of a fire pit?
Removing Ashes Safely Remove the ashes from the fire pit with a scoop, spade or shovel. Deposit the ashes in an empty metal container that has a lid, such as a small metal trash can. Pour a little water over the ashes in the can to ensure there's no risk of fire. Place the lid on the can.