Tabletop Fireplace is Wussiest Campfire Ever

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There's just nothing like a roaring fire in the middle of winter to warm your bones. Unfortunately, for those of us living in big cities fireplaces are rarely a viable option. Personally, I've found the flaming trash can to be a decent replacement, but if you don't happen to live in a hobo-cluttered alleyway that might not work as well for you.

The Tabletop GlassFire Smokeless Fireplace uses efficient biofuel to create a blazing fire with no smoke, so you can use it indoors with no chimney. It looks pretty small, so fire-in-a-jar might be a more apt description than fireplace, but your mileage may vary. It's all yours for a mere $550.

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While since the topic of fireplace arose, I'd just like to lend a helpful hint to my fellow consumers about cleaning fireplaces. I found a product that makes cleaning ash and soot easy, no hassle, no mess. The AshTrap. This little tool is very cheap, and easy to use. You simply scoop up ashes into the AshTrap and the sliding door closes, and all you do is transfer it from the fireplace, to the garbage or outside (which I would recommend due to household fires). It's small and easy to clean and put away to. If you don't believe me I'd suggest you check out yourself. It's great for fireplace maintenance and woodstove maintenance and cleaning! www.theashtrap.com I think it is. Anyway just a piece of my mind, some helpful advice, thanks for reading, and good luck cleaning those fireplaces or woodstoves. Thanks,