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DO YOU LIVE IN RAINY AREA, AND INSTALLING A FIRE BOWL?

March 14, 2018

DO YOU LIVE IN RAINY AREA, AND INSTALLING A FIRE BOWL?

If you live in a rainy area of the country, you might want to rethink using Lava in the fire bowl.

As mentioned before, moisture has an affect on Lava rocks. When lava rocks are wet and fire is ignited, steam is created which might pop the lava; and sometimes even cause the lava rock to pop outside of the fire bowl altogether. This could be frightening and dangerous.




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