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Choosing The Right Portable Fire Pits

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There are many different styles of portable fire pits on the market, so many that the choices can often be a little overwhelming. Outdoor portable fire bowl can make a wonderful addition to just about any yard decor, and because they are portable, they can be take with you camping, RVing, and stored when you are not using them. Here are some tips to help you pick the right one.

The first thing to really think about when it comes to choosing the right portable fire pits is what you plan on using them for. There are outdoor portable fire bowl that are strictly for heating, others can be used for cooking. There are also a couple different types of fuel used. One is the basic wood or charcoal fire pit. These should always have some sort of ash collector at the bottom, one that can be removed and emptied when the coals are cool. Another kind of fire pit is one that operates on a propane cylinder, either one of those small 14-16 ounce tanks, or a bigger five gallon tank. If you choose one of these, make sure that the hoses are long enough so the tank itself isn't close to the heat, and the hoses are heavy duty. While ash isn't a problem, if you are going to use these for cooking, they too should have some kind of catch tray for cleaning up grease and other spills.

Durability is a big concern when it comes to choosing the right portable fire pits. One thing to watch for is the materials these outdoor portable fire bowl are made from. There are some factors to consider. Heavy-duty iron or steel are both great materials for making fire bowl out of. They are relatively easy to clean, and are great for both heating an area, as well as cooking on. However, there are some drawbacks. One of them is that while they do well at retaining heat, this means that you have to wait longer for them to be cool enough to move. Make sure that the handles are far enough away from the fire pit itself, and have some sort of stay-cool material.

One of the most important aspects of buying these portable fire bowl are the legs. They have to be stable; most outdoor portable fire bowl come with three legs. These should be at least four to six inches high, to keep the hot coals from burning your grass or patio. They should have a large flat surface on the bottom, so they don't sink into soft ground.

Now for choosing a good design. There is an abundance of different portable fire bowl designs to choose from. You can get outdoor portable fire pits that have your favorite team logo cut out of the sides of the ring, you can buy ones with zoo animals, cowboy themes, as well as outdoor scenes, just to name a few. These add a really nice touch to your pit, plus they give off a nice glow and reflection on the ground. They can be a simple or as elaborate as you want, as long as they don't compromise the integrity of the fire pit itself.

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