Review: Blaze King King Classic KEJ 1107
Blaze King King Classic KEJ 1107
I pretty much agree with the good reviews here. I've had mine since Sept, 2011. I'm lucky in that I've got 7 acres of land, all wooded with mostly oak with lots of downed trees. I haven't had to pay for wood yet, just a chainsaw, gas for it and a few chains. To Rick's review of chimney fires. That's caused by creosote and is probably a result of the wood you're burning not being of good enough quality or being unseasoned. There's a few things you can do about that. The first is every once in a while throwing in a creosote burning log available at Home Depot and probably other places. There's something a friend mentioned that I think I'll give a try. When the fire's burned down just spread out the coals and sprinkle about a cup of rock salt over them. It supposedly burns up the creosote. It makes sense. Creosote comes from moisture and salt eats up moisture. I've been giving it a try this season and so far seems to be working. Love that I don't have to keep on stoking the fire as often. I just hope this stove has a long life and that all I ever need my oil furnace for is heating hot water. I've been saving a fortune.