Top tips for getting warm and toastie
One Lonely Log
It is always better to put two or three logs on your fire at a time. Not only will this create warmth and ambience, there is a little science behind it too.
A single log in a fireplace grate is more likely to die out. This is because wood fibers burn in stages, and a single log can’t keep the burning process going by itself. More logs create a bigger combined burning surface, which in turn creates air and flame turbulence that keeps the burning process going.
This is why at the end of the evening that last log in the fireplace just sits there, charred and lonely.
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