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Log Maker

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"Excellent." - by Dave B (UK)
Before I bought this I'd read reviews and watched videos of people complaining that it takes a lot of effort to use.
Maybe if you have wrist problems this would be true, but I've found it easy.
Lessons I've learned through trial and error:
Don't use cardboard (eeg boxes are great though).
Make sure the paper is well mushy (three days)
Use them as a supplement to real logs, not on their own.

Nice product and a great way of disposing of newspapers and other paper.

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"Four Stars" - by broken head
nice solid machine should last a long time

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"Does what it should for a fair price" - by pip+3
We are having so much fun recycling our waste paper and cardboard! The kids love mixing and loading the brick maker! Shame any savings I would have made have been Shanghaied as the enterprising bunch are charging me 20p per brick!

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"Does the job" - by Panther
I read varying reviews about this item, a few were disappointed with the item buckling under pressure. Having used it now I can see where the weak spot is but that was easily overcome.
TIP: I found that if you shred or cut the paper up into small strips and then soak overnight (I use a 10 litre drum filled with shredded paper then soak) before placing paper in the brick maker (a bit more messier but easier to make) you have a more paper mash mulch and hence when compressing the paper you don't buckle the box and the water is squeezed out easier.

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"does what it says sturdy for a bargain and would recommend to all" - by Christine Leveridge
hurts your palms so wrap a cloth round the handles. Also ring the water out first or end up with soggy bricks. does what it says sturdy for a bargain and would recommend to all.

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"these aren't easy to use and don't think you will get free ..." - by matt ashdown
well made. these aren't easy to use and don't think you will get free and easy fuel. we are using it to help with recycling and reducing our bin fill.

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"Fuel from waste paper -- a great idea if you have time and don't mind a bit of mess" - by Rowena Hoseason (Kernow, Great Britain)
Our Briquette Maker has been in use for nearly three years and is standing up to daily wear-and-tear very well. We build up a huge stack of 'logs' which cost us virtually NOTHING, which is great news considering how much all fuels now cost.
The Briquette Maker is extremely simple to use and produces neat oblong 'logs' which burn well once they have fully dried out. We use it to get rid of all our junk mail, newspapers, magazines, paperwork, envelopes and so on.
Normally we soak the rubbish for 24hrs; we don't use bleach (cos we're trying to be properly eco!) but leave the bucket in a warm place. Newspaper and white paper goes mushy very fast; glossy magazine paper and brochures take much longer to break down and benefit from 'dobbing' with a big stick. The best logs have a decent proportion of newspaper or similar in them because the ... full review

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"This little gadget is awesome!!" - by Richard Mallon
This little gadget is awesome !!! I have made a few bricks from different types of paper ie: magazine , letters but found shredded newspaper is by far the best iv also used sawdust with the mix , let it soak for 2-3 days . Once the bricks are made its takes about a week to dry maybe longer depending on where u store them , but all in all its a fantastic little thing is u got a log burner , at the end of the day it cost nothing to soak paper and make few logs ready for the winter months , it's easy to use but if u mean to make lots in one go I suggest you wear garden gloves as it can cause discomfort on the palms ,,, I might buy another one or two so I can get my friends to make me some

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"Saves money, uses waste paper: wonderful..." - by Rowena Hoseason (Kernow, Great Britain)
Our Briquette Maker has been in use for over three years and has stood up to long term wear-and-tear very well. We build up a huge stack of 'logs' over summer which cost us virtually NOTHING, which is great news considering how much all fuels now cost.
The Briquette Maker is extremely simple to use and produces neat oblong 'logs' which burn well once they have fully dried out. We use it to get rid of all our junk mail, newspapers, magazines, paperwork, envelopes and so on.
Normally we soak the rubbish for 24hrs; we don't use bleach (cos we're trying to be properly eco!) but leave the bucket in a warm place. Newspaper and white paper goes mushy very fast; glossy magazine paper and brochures take much longer to break down and benefit from 'dobbing' with a big stick. The best logs have a decent proportion of newspaper or similar in ... full review

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"Four Stars" - by Mark Sloggie
This was a present and was just what they were looking for

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"Five Stars" - by Amazon Customer
Great product and perfect for what I needed

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"Does a decent job." - by karljry (Birmingham)
This thing does a decent job.
I use it to make fire bricks out of junk mail.
I soak the junk mail in a large plastic tub for two weeks and then mix/blend it with one of these [[ASIN:B000LFYZZU Silverline DA43 Mixing Paddle, 100 x 600 mm]]
Then leave the bricks in the greenhouse to dry out for about a month.

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"Fantastic" - by Bridgette Adams
A fantastic item,lovely Jacket potatoes in a few hours at no extra cost. Delivered in 3 days,and very well packaged.I fully recommend.

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"Does what it says on the tin" - by Tina (Oxfordshire)
Works really well have made quite a few briquettes. Only problem is they take so long to dry .very pleased with purchase .

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"Paper fire logs" - by Amazon Customer
The paper log maker do save money and are a great idea of getting rid of old paper documents.
I shred old documents that I can not put in the waste paper bin. Soak the shredding in water for a while then make it into logs.