Winter is coming, many famlies now using the Fire Pit in their yards to keep warm or for a BBQ.

However, pay attention to the fire thing is always very important. We can see many reports about the fire, so we put the Important Safety Tips for Using Fire Pit here for your reference

Firstly, if there's a gale blowing,make a fire the other day not the windy day. If breeze, then please check wind direction before you light a fire,

Secondly, don’t use flammable fluids (gasoline, lighter fluid, etc) to light or relight fires

Thirdly, avoid using soft woods like pine or cedar, because they can “pop” and throw sparks.

Lastly, while make a fire please don’t wear flammable clothing (like nylon) or any loose-fit clothing

More tips:

1,Always rememeber use the fire pit on accordance to the manufacturer’s guidelines. Once you purchase this appliance, keep these manual for future reference.

2,Devices must be at least 20 feet away from any building or structure. Keep a clear area (clear meaning free of anything that can burn) of at least 3 feet in diameter around the appliance. Please remember that mulch can burn so keep your appliance at least 3 feet away from mulch as well.

3,If your yard floor is covered with woods, than you should pay more attentions. While the hot ashe drop down the floor, it may burn your floor. Dispose of all ashes in a safe manner. After 24 hours has passed, all left over hot ashes must be thoroughly dampened, cooled and stored in a metal can that is used solely for ash storage. Ashes that are 2 or 3 days old may appear to be safe, but can still retain enough heat to cause an unwanted fire. Do not discard hot ashes in a compost pile, paper bag cardboard box or anything that is combustible. Also, be careful in handling partially burned wood. The wood may still be smoldering and cause a serious burn.

4,Better to have water source close by.