Americans usually like to have a fire pit in their backyards. Fire glass is a decoration glass used in LP propane fire pits and fireplaces, composed of small bits of tempered glass. The combination of fire and ice quickly became a trending for American homeowners and designers since its introduction in the mid 2000’s. Since then, fire glass has been used much more common in fire pits, fireplaces and tabletop fireplaces.
Aesthetics and functional, two purposes served by Fire glass. Fire glass became a popular alternative to artificial fake ceramic gas logs that kill the natural ambiance of a dancing flame. Because exposed gas lines create an awkward visual that makes it apparent that you are not experiencing a real flame.
Two shape of fire glass most popular is classic fire glass and Firebeads. Classic fire glass has a jagged crystal look, comes in 1/4’’ or 1/2’’ sizes; Firebeads is uniform shape and contemporary features, offers a more polished and reflective appearance.
Increase heat radiation by up to 4 times, cover up gas jets with beautiful pebbles and crystals, Fire glass provides a great decorative for fire pits! Fire glass pebbles are available in a variety of shapes and colors that can create a glowing focal point in your backyard or inside the family room.
How it’s Made?
Fire glass is made out of recycled glass, making it a brilliant repurposed product that is original and authentic! Because it has been tempered, fire glass won’t melt, soot, or explode. It’s safe to use and does emit any harmful byproducts into the air.
Fire glass usually comes in the shape of small pebbles or in the form of crystals as you could see from our fire glass. They are essentially the same thing, merely represented in a different shape.
How To Use Fire Pit Glass?
Wood burning fire pit is not suitable for fire glass. Fire pits and fireplaces, both indoors and in outdoor fire pits with any either propane or natural gas is where we put the fire pits in. Fire glass can’t be replaced by any other type of glass that we daily used. Potentially dangerous will caused if you use other glass to be your fire glass.
Use a 50/50 mix of vinegar and water to wash it, allow to dry before using. We suggest you wash them once a season to keep it shining bright like a diamond.
Remove any debris that may have collected in the fire pit tray before lighting
How many fire glass I need for my fire pits?
How much fire glass you need depends on the diameter of your fire pit and the depth of fill you would like. Usually 10 pound per 10’’ is what we suggest for just covering.
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