Fire pit and embers must be completely cool before cleaning or
storing the unit. Never cover the ﬁre pit before it has cooled.
Dispose of embers only after they have been completely
extinguished. Clean out embers after each use.
A soft cloth may be used to wipe o the ﬁre pit and poker.
A mild dish washing detergent and water may be used to clean
surfaces of the ﬁre pit.
Do not use oven cleaners or other abrasive cleaners as these will
damage the ﬁnish of the ﬁre pit.
Store the unit in a cool and dry location when not in use.
Always use the vinyl cover when not using the ﬁre pit.
To prolong the life of the ﬁre pit, keep ﬁres to a respectable size. If
a ﬁre is too large it could damage the unit.
Use small pieces of dry kindling or natural ﬁre starter to get the ﬁre
going. Then slowly add larger pieces to the ﬁre.
Do not use logs longer than 12” in length.
When you are ﬁnished using the ﬁre pit, allow the ﬁre to burn itself out.
Do not pour water on the ﬁre as this could damage the ﬁt pit. If the ﬁre
cannot be allowed to go out on its own, use sand to extinguish the
ﬂames. Clean out any sand before using the ﬁre pit again.
Use only seasoned ﬁrewood for ﬁres.
CARE AND STORAGE
TIPS FOR STARTING A FIRE
Never use gasoline, alcohol, or volatile ﬂuids to start or restart ﬁres.