Pipe smokers' rule #1253

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  1. cmkiefer

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    Don't chuck all of your pipe cleaners into the wood stove, expecting those little wires inside to eventually burn up and not clog the grate, thus preventing the smooth flow of ash into the cleanout below. :whis:
     
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  2. ruffinogold

    ruffinogold Ruffinogold-Mayor, I.R.G.E.--At Large. Mayor

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    LOL .... Youd think theyd melt or burn up somehow
     
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    Well, eventually, but apparently not fast enough.
     
  4. Rewster66

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    Rule #1 - Snowmen should not be anywhere around a fire to start with....................., just saying.:rolleyes:
     
  5. cmkiefer

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    Good advice, here I thought it was the Atkins diet doing it's thing.
     
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  6. Snake

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    Burn more oak. Those are
    some seriously hot coals.
     
  7. cmkiefer

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    About half of my firewood is oak. The rest is mixed hardwoods. Those wires are sitting in hot coals about 90% of the time. Oh well. I'll clean 'em out and stick with rule #1253.
     
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