Both Ilan and I talk to many customers, every day. As many customers will testify, I like to make sure everything is understood, and I always try to give my best advice, based on many years in the business of creating fire bowls and seeing the end results.
Every once in a while we have a funny story, every once in a while this story has something we can all learn from, so here it goes. We’ll try to share these short snippets with you, as they happen.
One customer which will forever remain nameless, covered the fire bowl when it was still hot, and the marine fabric was damaged. When he came to pick up a new cover, he told me that he was surprised that the cover was not fire resistant. He almost managed to keep a straight face, I couldn’t, I started laughing, and he joined in.
I did add another common sense warning though. Make sure the fire bowl, glass and burner are completely cool when you cover the bowl.