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CleanFire Douglas Fir

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NEW AWESOME WOOD PELLET TO MARKET.  From the Fir trees of Canada come some outstanding softwood pellets to the east coast.

  • 100% softwood Douglas Fir
  • Super Hot
  • Low Ash

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  • Comment Link jon Wednesday, 07 August 2013 21:10 posted by jon

    I am thinking of purchasing these off woodpellets.com. was curious if anyone had anything new to update on these. I burned Okies for the majority of the last year from a recommendation of a friend. Was happy with those. Curious to know if anyone has any new information.

  • Comment Link Richard Adams Thursday, 14 March 2013 14:36 posted by Richard Adams

    Cleanfire pellets are terrible. The bags have a lot of fines, and they burn VERY dirty. I have a Harman that I have been using for 5 years, and throughly clean the stove every year. So far this year I have had to clean it 4 times already.
    I also, for the first time ever, have ash dust throughout my house. I am finishing up 4 tons, and will NEVER use thase pellets again.
    They should be renamed Dirtyfire!

  • Comment Link Antwain Friday, 08 March 2013 23:36 posted by Antwain

    I brought two tons of these pellets this year because I used Cleanfire Pacific pellets last year and they seemed to do a pretty decent job in heating my house, and boy they burned hot. This year when I burned these Pellets, boy they burned even hotter and I have to say I do not have as much ash as I did last year. However, they do have a sawdust smell to them which is weird, but that is something I can live with. Although they are expensive I have to say you actually get what you pay for and I rate these as premium grade pellets. Granted I am new to the pellet stove industry but I have purchased bags just as a test to see how they burn as well as the ash content is from Home Depot and Lowes, and boy what a difference I saw in the quality as well as ash from them. I even went to a lumber store around the corner from my house and tried one of their bags, still no comparison to CleanFire Douglas Fir. I am definitely going to purchase them again next year. I clean my stove every day and I really do not need to, I just like to ensure it stays clean. I have a Rika Visio Stove.

  • Comment Link walter Friday, 11 January 2013 22:10 posted by walter

    Clean Fire Pellets clogged my auger too, causing it to squeal. I found lots of fine dust in the hopper. Once I vacuumed it up the auger stopped squealing. But I don't want to have to do this after every ton I burn. And, yes, I clean my Harman Accent insert pellet stove every year before the cold season. It was pristine before I began using Clean Fire Pellets. I'm done with this product.

  • Comment Link Vinny Friday, 11 January 2013 14:40 posted by Vinny

    I bought 3 tons of this pellet. Seemed to have a lot of fines, IMO, and kept clogging my auger. Burned woodpellet.com lowest grade last year without issue and then burned some Okies afterwards which were great. I wont purchase this "high end" pellet anymore. Also, notice a lot of large pellets. Burned very hot though,

  • Comment Link Jason Day Saturday, 24 November 2012 18:51 posted by Jason Day

    Any further review of these pellets? Admin update?

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