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Yes it will rust, it's iron. I've left mine outside with a cover on over winter and no sign of rust. However it's usual that the more it's used, the quicker it rusts; it's just part of the character of cast iron.
R Cleaver
· 12 April 2015
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In the little shovel that pulls out at the bottom
Chris Bellew
· 20 October 2016
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If you ordered today delivery would be by Thursday
Oxford Barbecues
Seller · 02 April 2015
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Hello Peter Davies, I was on my way into the garden to look at the chiminea and found the instructions which state the tools needed as a philips screwdriver (thats what I call the star shaped head) and a 8mm & 10mm spanner (one spanner two different sized ends). I found the instructions easy to follow and they also hav… see more Hello Peter Davies, I was on my way into the garden to look at the chiminea and found the instructions which state the tools needed as a philips screwdriver (thats what I call the star shaped head) and a 8mm & 10mm spanner (one spanner two different sized ends). I found the instructions easy to follow and they also have an assembly diagram. I did'nt have any major issues putting it together apart from I maybe should have read the instructions before I started! I did have to undo a couple of screws for minor adjustments but this was simple. Good luck. regards Jeanie see less Hello Peter Davies, I was on my way into the garden to look at the chiminea and found the instructions which state the tools needed as a philips screwdriver (thats what I call the star shaped head) and a 8mm & 10mm spanner (one spanner two different sized ends). I found the instructions easy to follow and they also have an assembly diagram. I did'nt have any major issues putting it together apart from I maybe should have read the instructions before I started! I did have to undo a couple of screws for minor adjustments but this was simple. Good luck. regards Jeanie
jeanie
· 09 October 2014
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Width without handles, it is a beauty
adam greenwood
· 24 April 2016
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Get the large one you will be surprised how small it is
Chris Bellew
· 20 July 2016
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If you buy at same time they will be sent together. You need an xl chim cover.
Oxford Barbecues
Seller · 25 February 2015
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...i wouldn't say it can be used for a bbq although there is a little metal rack on which you could probably cook some sausages.
Marilyn Hingley
· 28 June 2015
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the one I bought last year was all cast iron barring the barbeque tools and racking and the spark Inhibitor (a disc with a diamond mesh in the centre to help to stop hot ashes etc going up the flue) be careful which one you order as there is a cheaper version of this model where the flue is made of steel,(the inner pa… see more the one I bought last year was all cast iron barring the barbeque tools and racking and the spark Inhibitor (a disc with a diamond mesh in the centre to help to stop hot ashes etc going up the flue) be careful which one you order as there is a cheaper version of this model where the flue is made of steel,(the inner part of the front door is that diamond mesh too going off memory) I would suggest contacting oxford barbeques who supplied mine if you need any help they are good folk and will answer any of your questions. hope this has helped. D,J,R. see less the one I bought last year was all cast iron barring the barbeque tools and racking and the spark Inhibitor (a disc with a diamond mesh in the centre to help to stop hot ashes etc going up the flue) be careful which one you order as there is a cheaper version of this model where the flue is made of steel,(the inner part of the front door is that diamond mesh too going off memory) I would suggest contacting oxford barbeques who supplied mine if you need any help they are good folk and will answer any of your questions. hope this has helped. D,J,R.
Mr. DJR.
· 20 April 2015
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Sorry we are not able to.
Oxford Barbecues
Seller · 05 April 2018