Fast & Efficient Firewood for Small Stoves

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FAST & EFFICIENT FIREWOOD

for SMALL WOOD STOVES!

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Firewood can be a major chore! Small stoves will not accept the traditional 16″ logs so unless you can hire someone to cut wood specific to your stove you’ll have some splitting on your hands. Checkout this simple hack for making easy and fast work of firewood for you small wood stove. This method DRAMATICALLY reduces the never ending bending over and standing up rounds that comes with splitting wood.

 

  1. Cut log or traditional round to desired length. (6-8″)
  2. Bind the bottom of the round with some type of strap.
  3. Split round by chopping in the middle.
  4. Un-bind round and stack armful of split wood.

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HIGHLY Recommend the Fiskar’s Splitting Axe & Hatchet!

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3 thoughts on “Fast & Efficient Firewood for Small Stoves”

    1. Hey John!

      The strap prevents the split wood from falling to the ground. Typically when splitting you have to bend over and pick up these chunks. If you bind them then you can keep hacking at the round to get as many chunks as you want. I’ve seen people strap or bind 6-8 rounds in a similar manner then just chop away, un-strap and you have all your split wood without having to bend over and set it on end each time.

      Hope this helps!

      -NICK

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