Fire Bowl – How is it Useful?


As is evident from the name, a fire bowl is utilized for igniting and containing a fire – it is usually used outdoors such as on the patio or in the garden. It serves a dual purpose of warming the surroundings and being a great addition to the décor.


Stainless steel and fiberglass are two of the common materials used for making the bowl. Although the height might be slightly low to the ground a metal stand is incorporated, which provides support to the structure. The outer diameter is from 2 to 3 feet. You will often find one with a steel mesh cover to protect against stray sparks and ashes from the fire. It is very easy to clean and maintain as well.


Several bowls use wood or charcoal as the fuel, but it is gel fuel that is extensively used these days. Not only is it environment friendly and not toxic, but the burning gel doesn’t leave behind residue in the form of smoke, ashes, or soot. The flame closely resembles a wood burning fire.


A fire bowl can be a wonderful centerpiece for intimate gatherings – set up chairs and stools around it and your very own campfire is ready! You can’t get a better setting for quality time with loved ones. Purchase a model that has a detachable grill with it so that the bowl can double as a barbeque grill, which looks way better than a standard gas-powered one. Charcoal is used as the fuel in this case.

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