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Duraflame 5 lb. Fire Log (9-Pack)
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Duraflame

5 lb. Fire Log (9-Pack)

  • Lights without hassle or mess and provides superior performance
  • Burns cleaner than wood fire for better neighborhood air quality
  • Highly rated for burn length, price and performance (see reviews)
$22.97 /case

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Duraflame's 5 lb. Fire Log (9-Pack) provides all of the ambiance of a wood fire without the mess or hassle of real logs. The logs light fully in less than five minutes and burn for three hours in any type of open hearth fireplace. Not a single tree is cut down to make a Duraflame log and because they burn 80% cleaner than wood, you are also helping reduce emissions in your neighborhood.

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  • Wax logs burn 80% cleaner than wood, helping reduce emissions and save trees
  • Lights quickly, producing full flames in less than five minutes
  • UL approved safety classification for use in UL listed factory built fireplaces
  • Accepted by the chimney safety institute of America
  • Case includes nine 5 lb. fire logs
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Can i use these fire logs for a natural gas fireplace?
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Do not use in a gas fireplace
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No, only for use in fireplaces using wood.
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No, they are not made for that, they start up with just a match so that would be overkill
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Yes you can.
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Not recommended
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January 28, 2016
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From the Duraflame website:
Can duraflame® firelogs be burned in all types of fireplaces?
Duraflame® firelogs are Underwriter Laboratories (UL) Classified for use in zero-clearance manufactured metal fireplaces and are suitable for use in all types of traditional open hearth fireplaces. Duraflame® firelogs should not be burned in wood stoves or wood stove fireplace inserts. Check for the Read More
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Can duraflame® firelogs be burned in all types of fireplaces?
Duraflame® firelogs are Underwriter Laboratories (UL) Classified for use in zero-clearance manufactured metal fireplaces and are suitable for use in all types of traditional open hearth fireplaces. Duraflame® firelogs should not be burned in wood stoves or wood stove fireplace inserts. Check for the UL-Classification mark on the package before buying. For more information about the wide range of fireplaces available today, visit the HearthNet website. Read Less
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No. You should not burn anything in a gas fireplace except gas. Your gas fireplace should have come with artificial ceramic logs that look very real when you light the gas. You never want to put anything in a gas fireplace that will create ashes to clog the gas burners...too dangerous!
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January 5, 2016
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No. These logs burn and leave ashes.
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Yes. I use them all the time. Just be sure you turn your gas off first.
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I want to use these for marshmallows, is it safe?

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I don't think these are good for roasting marshmallows, as they are a combination of wax, and compressed sawdust. NOT VERY TASTY...
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I probably wouldn't do that inside the house, would be okay in fire pit.
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Try duraflame roasting logs for cooking food with this type of product.
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as the log is a mixture of various materials, I would not recommend that
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I got these to burn in fireplace for warmth. Have no idea if roasting marshmallows is ok, would not do it.
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From the packaging: "DO NOT use for roasting marshmallows or other cooking."
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January 28, 2016
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Is it okay to cook over the fire of a duraflame firelog?
No. Duraflame firelogs are not designed nor intended for use as a cooking fuel. Generally, the types of solid fuel used for cooking produce coals, which emanate heat over a period of time, and cooking is conducted by exposing the food directly to the heat generated by the coals. Our regular firelogs only burn with Read More
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Is it okay to cook over the fire of a duraflame firelog?
No. Duraflame firelogs are not designed nor intended for use as a cooking fuel. Generally, the types of solid fuel used for cooking produce coals, which emanate heat over a period of time, and cooking is conducted by exposing the food directly to the heat generated by the coals. Our regular firelogs only burn with flames and do not generate adequate coals for cooking. For roasting food over a cozy fire, try duraflame Campfire Roasting Logs instead. Read Less
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Duraflame firelogs are not designed nor intended for use as a cooking fuel. Generally, the types of solid fuel used for cooking produce coals, which emanate heat over a period of time, and cooking is conducted by exposing the food directly to the heat generated by the coals. Regular duraflame firelogs only burn with flames and do not generate adequate coals for cooking. The only exception is duraflame Read More
Duraflame firelogs are not designed nor intended for use as a cooking fuel. Generally, the types of solid fuel used for cooking produce coals, which emanate heat over a period of time, and cooking is conducted by exposing the food directly to the heat generated by the coals. Regular duraflame firelogs only burn with flames and do not generate adequate coals for cooking. The only exception is duraflame Campfire Roasting Logs, which are specifically formulated for roasting and cooking campfire foods. Read Less
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Hi! I was always told not to roast anything in an indoor fireplace and definitely not with fireplace logs!
Sorry, seems like so much fun!!
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I want to use these in an outdoor fire pit. Is it safe to cook marshmallows and popcorn?

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It should be just fine
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Popcorn should be no problem. Marshmallows, I suggest you ask the manufacturer.
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Popcorn in a closed container, sure, but I would not suggest marshmellows over the open flame
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From the packaging: "DO NOT use for roasting marshmallows or other cooking."
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You could but I wouldn't use it for marshmallows, these logs are made mostly of wax so there would probably be a film on them.
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Duraflame firelogs are not designed nor intended for use as a cooking fuel. Generally, the types of solid fuel used for cooking produce coals, which emanate heat over a period of time, and cooking is conducted by exposing the food directly to the heat generated by the coals. Regular duraflame firelogs only burn with flames and do not generate adequate coals for cooking. The only exception is duraflame Read More
Duraflame firelogs are not designed nor intended for use as a cooking fuel. Generally, the types of solid fuel used for cooking produce coals, which emanate heat over a period of time, and cooking is conducted by exposing the food directly to the heat generated by the coals. Regular duraflame firelogs only burn with flames and do not generate adequate coals for cooking. The only exception is duraflame Campfire Roasting Logs, which are specifically formulated for roasting and cooking campfire foods.
Regarding the other question about use in a fireplace, we recommend you have your fireplace inspected and cleaned by a certified chimney sweep on an annual basis at the least. We also recommend you carefully read and follow the usage instructions on our packaging for best burning results.
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We have roasted marshmallows with these logs with no issues in our outside fire pit. These are not like the old style logs that gave off black smoke and smelled like petroleum.
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Absolutely "DO NOT" use these in any fireplace!!! If you do, there is a huge risk that you will cause your food to taste horrible and probably make you sick! For the past two years, I have experienced nothing but problems with all brands of these compressed logs. The people who sell this garbage should be made to burn these terribly smoky, nasty smelling, horrible logs at their own homes. Whatever they Read More
Absolutely "DO NOT" use these in any fireplace!!! If you do, there is a huge risk that you will cause your food to taste horrible and probably make you sick! For the past two years, I have experienced nothing but problems with all brands of these compressed logs. The people who sell this garbage should be made to burn these terribly smoky, nasty smelling, horrible logs at their own homes. Whatever they are now putting into these logs definitely puts out an inky black acrid smoke that looks and smells like burning old tires! Don't buy these!! Read Less
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Yes, you can use it in outdoor firepits.
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Yes you can, I would use it to get the fire started and then add wood to it, but you could use one at a time in the outside pit.
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Yes you can.
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Yes. In fact, that is the 'ONLY' place I would use them! My experience with these has been very bad lately. The older ones were made of nothing but coarse cut sawdust and wax. I don't have a clue as to what kind of nasty stuff must be on the inside of these newer logs, as when the outer layer burns off, they give off the most acrid, smelly, and thick smoke you have ever seen!
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 198 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by they are great for home or starting a fire in the great outdoors. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product... on time convenient delivery October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Everyone with a fireplace should have these on hand Bought a few cases of these for when the power went out during a winter snow storm last winter. Great product, lots of heat, and burns evenly. Says not to use normal wood with these, but I found another log or two burns great as this helps them get started and keeps the fire going nicely. The only thing you have to be careful with is that the thing doesn't fall apart because it goes too fast and hot if they get banged while burning....so, use wisely, but a great thing to have on hand for power outages, or anytime, for a nice warm fire. October 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Duraflame Fire Logs They get the job done when you want to start a fire! October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great fire starters and convenient for atmospheric fires. October 25, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Flames Nice flame, almost lasted 3 hours. Quick flame out near the end of 2 1/2 hours, then glowing residue for last 15-20 min. of 3 hours. October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by How Relaxing! I Really enjoy my fireplace and was so excited to find such a bargain with the fire logs. I am handicap and it is very difficult to carry wood in by myself, so I Love these logs as all I have to do is put One on the grate and light the paper! Within one minute I have a roaring fire as you can see that lasts for over 3 hours...Very Nice! April 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Value It works very well to get a quick campfire started for any outdoor event. October 4, 2016
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