The glass on my biofire has been damaged, can I still use it?
The glass on our biofires is designed to withstand temperatures far higher than the heat from a biofire, so under normal use it will not crack from the heat. However, if it has been chipped or damaged in some way, for example an object has knocked into it, it may have become weaker, sometimes even with no visible signs of damage. This would then in turn risk the glass cracking or shattering. If you suspect this is the case with your glass, please contact us for a replacement.
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- How do you properly dispose of empty bioethanol fuel bottles?
- How do you properly transport bioethanol fuel bottles?
- How do you properly transport a bioethanol fireplace?
- How do you properly store bioethanol fuel bottles?
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- How do you properly dispose of a bioethanol burner?
- How do you safely dispose of bioethanol fuel?
- How should I store the bioethanol fuel?
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- How do I extinguish the flame on my biofire?
- Can I pour bioethanol fuel on top of existing fuel?
- Can I put a shelf above the fireplace?
- Will a bioethanol fireplace trigger my smoke alarm?
- Why has the glass shattered on my fireplace?
- Is the flame on a bioethanol fireplace real?
- Can I add an accelerant to the bioethanol fire?
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- What fire extinguisher should be used in any emergency?