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Simply soak your old newspapers, magazines and light cardboard, fill the log maker, compress and leave to dry. Each finished log will burn for up to 2 hours with no toxic fumes and leaves minimal ash.
Stock up on logs during the Summer for use in the Winter.
This improved design log maker is manufactured from heavy duty steel and will withstand the pressure of compressing the wet paper - without bending, buckling or twisting. The all steel construction is powder coated and has been finished to a high standard for a lifetime of use.
This was a complete waste of time, and it does leave waste in the burner. Lots of newspaper ash remains.Published 4 months ago by David Saunderson
very good it lasted for about a year then went rusty, but it was good while it lasted .. .. .. .. ..Published 5 months ago by laraine carter
unless you have a lot of space and good weather to dry your brickets this is pretty much useless, its makes tons of mess, though the brickets when once done are good, and do burn... Read morePublished 5 months ago by M. Bates
Not that good to much messing around and it stated easy to do , unless it's me doing it wrongPublished 5 months ago by tosh
This is a good idea but badly designed! In pushing down the handles to squeeze out the paper brickettes the sides move apart and the bottom sieve drops below the base and gets... Read morePublished 7 months ago by GeoffC
this is brilliant my hubby is loving making logs for his wood burner, and its a great way to recycle bills and newspaperPublished 10 months ago by Po
The paper has to be finely shredded, soaked for a long time, compressed in the log maker, then dried out for days to weeks. Even then they don't burn anywhere near as good as woodPublished 10 months ago by Weetobix