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Cast iron garden fireplace for outside
Cast iron is a very robust material that is good for various purposes. They are also popular in cast iron garden fireplaces and enjoy various advantages to use. For example, the high radiant heat and durability of the material are advantages, making the purchase of a cast iron terrace heater attractive.
The features of cast iron garden fire
Cast iron has unique features that make a cast iron terrace horse attractive.
Durable and robust
Cast iron is a thick material with a high density. The high density of cast iron makes the material resistant to scratches and dents. In addition, the material is very hard and strong. This makes the material resistant to various weather influences and makes the material durable.
High radiant heat
The thick material can withstand high temperatures. In addition, it retains heat well, keeping cast iron warm for a long time. This allows the garden fireplace to radiate a lot of heat, even when the fire is almost out. Cast iron frying pans are therefore also good for cooking at a low temperature for a long time. Long after firing the fire you will feel the warmth of the cast iron terrace heater, perfect for long cold evenings outside.
Heavy cast iron
Due to the high density and thickness of the material at the terrace fireplaces, a cast iron fireplace is very heavy. This makes the crash nature difficult to move, but it will not just fall over. So you can put the fireplace in any place in the garden and also with some wind you can be sure that the fireplace does not suddenly fall over.
Maintain cast iron garden fireplaces
How do you maintain a cast iron fireplace? Cast iron garden fireplaces are also made of iron and therefore also have the property of rusting. That is why you can grease the fireplace once in a while with a stove brush. After greasing, the stove will heat and smell when used, which is normal. The stove brush will make rust less likely to bite onto the cast iron and keep the fireplace stainless longer. If rust does appear on the fireplace, you can easily wipe it away with a wire brush.
Tips for purchasing a cast iron garden fireplaces
Firstly, it is important that the garden fireplace is always on a stable surface. If the garden fire falls over, the risk of irreparable damage is high due to the heavy and robust material. In addition, rust can also occur if the fireplace comes into contact with moisture. Use a protective cover to slow down this process slightly and maintain the cast iron fireplaces with stove polish as described above.
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