Firebasket - Verona
for outdoor use by CookKing
Our range of stylish Fire Baskets is made only from high quality European steel. Each item is handmade with care and passion giving it unique and distinctive features.
Perfect for any outdoor space these long lasting Firebaskets will allow you to sit back and relax while enjoying the crackling sound and nostalgic smell of a real wood fire
- 60 cm
- 20 x 4mm black steel
- Total height:
- 55 cm
- Weight of product:
- Country of Origin:
In order to keep your fire pit / fire bowl in good condition and free from rust it is essential to follow the below care instructions:
Keep your firebasket Dry
Don’t leave your firebasket exposed to rain. Ideally, you should either place it under a covered area or use a cover to protect it from the rain. Without some type of protection, your firebasket will collect standing water. As with any Steel product – standing water in the bowl can lead to rust and corrosion. Keeping your firebasket dry is essential to preserving its structural integrity and original appearance.
Burn only Dry Wood
When using your firebasket, you should avoid burning rubbish or pressure-treated wood. Instead, choose natural, locally sourced wood that’s dry and not wet. Burning rubbish or pressure-treated wood may release toxic fumes and chemicals, some of which may damage your firebasket over time.
Don’t use Lighter Fluid or Petrol
You should never use Petrol or lighter fluid to start your fire. Besides the risk of bodily harm that it poses, using these fluids may damage the finish on your firebasket.
Allow Fire to extinguish naturally
Unless there is an emergency situation and you need to get the fire out immediately, you should wait for the fire to extinguish naturally. Dousing a still-burning firebasket with water causes sudden temperature changes. When a thousand-degree fire is suddenly cooled, this can lead to weakening of your firebaskets steel structure.
When you are finished using your firebasket, wait for the fire to extinguish and the ash to cool. Once it has cooled, you can dispose of the ash by scooping it out with a shovel and transferring it to a non-flammable metal container. Never attempt to remove ash that’s still hot.