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Best stored in a dry place when not required, you may find that the bin starts to show some signs of rust after a lot of use.
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Don’t overfill your incinerator – as mentioned, this can cause the fire to spread and can be extremely dangerous One of the largest incinerators featured here, the CrazyGadget Garden Incinerator Bin offers a great way to dispose of large amounts of garden waste, as well as chopped wood, branches and confidential documents.It's an affordable product with an aesthetically pleasing appearance as well as the ability to give enough heat. A great way to avoid a trip to the dump every time you do a garden clear up, Simpa’s incinerators will save money and time. Plus, as an added bonus, the ash created from burning garden waste can actually benefit your compost heap. Place your incinerator bin on a flat surface so it is not likely to tip over. Make sure there is space all around it. Occasionally, flames may come out of the ventilation holes or the chimney so make sure there is nothing flammable that is too close. Once it is hot, you will not be able to move it.
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The binburns hot thanks to its large size, enabling speedy incineration of even larger organic material. If you’re doing a larger garden clear out, it’s one of the best garden incinerators to buy thanks to its generous capacity and design. Its galvanized-steel drum stands up to heat, providing ample space, whilst ventilation holes keep the fire burning efficiently. By working with a variety of trusted Range Plus Partners, we’re able to offer our customers a wider selection of products.Garden incinerators also contain the fire, which makes them a lot safer to use than bonfires – especially on dry days. Plus, because they are sealed containers, wildlife can’t nest or burrow in them. As a result, garden incinerators are a much more humane and conscientious choice.
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The shape of the incinerator that you choose it more likely to be dictated by the space you have available in your garden – some square incinerators may slot better into existing gaps in the garden, or cylindrical incinerators may be easier to store.
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Wear fireproof gloves when lighting your incinerator and once it is lit do not touch any part of it with bare hands. Do not overfill your incinerator otherwise flames will come out of the top and you won’t be able to put the lid on. If this does happen, wait for the flames to die down before attempting to put on the lid. A garden incinerator is a useful tool for clearing up garden debris such as leaves, hedge trimmings, twigs, small branches and annual weeds. You can also use your incinerator to safely dispose of personal documents. They are cheaper to buy than garden shredders and more effective when it comes to destroying private information. The cooled ashes from your garden incinerator can be used as a fertiliser. They are particularly good for woody plants as they are high in potassium. Ashes will also keep slugs and snails away from your precious plants if scattered around them.