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I lit my first fire in my new Ideal Steel from Woodstock Soapstone  RSS feed

 
Mike Cantrell
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Stayed warm 12 hours on a small fire. I'm delighted.


I also forged this firewood ring, which I'm proud of.
 
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I wish that stove had been available when I was researching mine. Looks great. And the firewood ring is awesome!
 
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I built a heat shield out of tin ceiling tiles. 6' x 6', and it stands an inch off the wall.

 
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Great choice of heater Mike. Love the tin tile work, that looks awesome!
 
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