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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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  • Admin Review: Aug 2017 - Awesome Pellet - hands down on of the best!

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  • Comment Link Michael Wednesday, 25 October 2017 13:44 posted by Michael

    Same issue with the same Harman Accentra stove. Ran into problem with my igniter burning these Clean Fires last year. They burn great, very hot, and little ash, but the ash is super fine. Additionally the amount of "dust" in the bags was terrible. Caused problems for me.

    I think I will stick with hardwoods in the future. The extra BTU from softwood is nice but I really dont see the advantage when paying so much more here in New England for softwood pellets.

  • Comment Link David Rumler Sunday, 03 September 2017 01:46 posted by David Rumler

    I have a Harman Accentra 52i and bought these pellets last year. While the Douglas Fir burned great with very little ash the ash it did produce was so fine that it would fall into the little holes over the igniter and would prevent the stove from lighting frequently. It would require much more frequent opening the box to vacuum out. In the matter of a week it would need cleaning again. At first I thought it was an igniter problem, replaced it and still had the issue. I will go back to the lower BTU grade as I would rather empty the ash tray a little more than having to clean out the box. Curious if anyone else had this problem.

  • Comment Link Pete m Tuesday, 23 August 2016 14:36 posted by Pete m

    Burning them for years. Good pellet..

  • Comment Link Krev Saturday, 09 April 2016 23:14 posted by Krev

    Does anyone have an Idea where I can order some in Canada? Having a hard time finding a location.

  • Comment Link Jeff, Bedford, NH Tuesday, 29 March 2016 18:42 posted by Jeff, Bedford, NH

    I have been using the Cleanfire Douglas Fir the last 2 or 3 years and will not use anything else. There is such a small amount of ash produced that I now only clean the flue stack once a year instead of 2X per year. My stove runs 24/7 and I can go almost 2 weeks without cleaning the stove. It is definitely hotter than anything else I've used. Not cheap, but clean and very high BTU's. I could never go back to using a brand with a higher ash content.

  • Comment Link jon Sunday, 16 August 2015 13:09 posted by jon

    Hey everyone, once again I am trying to find out some updated information on these pellets compared to the okanagan platinums or douglas firs. I have burned okies for the last few years and love them. However, this year, the place we usually get them from, will not deliver to our neighborhood! Thats over 24 tons they do not want to deliver!! With that said, it looks more and more like I will have to order from and wanted to know if anyone has any updates on this specific pellet?

  • Comment Link Bob Thursday, 21 August 2014 19:57 posted by Bob

    I absolutely love the Cleanfire Douglas Fir pellets. I've been using them for the last three years. The heat output is the best I've seen from any pellet, the ash is extremely light and they smell great. We were forced to use a lot of different pellets last year due to the shortage and compared to the two tons of Cleanfire pellets they were all junk. has these pellets on backorder. I just called them (8/21/2014) and they don't know when they will be getting restocked.

    Has anyone tried the Okanagan Douglas Fir pellets?
    I'm so afraid that I'll order three tons and they won't stack up to the Cleanfire brand. I may just wait for


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

    I am thinking of purchasing these off 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.