Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Is it ok to use wood logs in the Fire Pit?
A. Yes. For best results, use dry, seasoned wood that has been split and cut to a length of 16 inches or less, so it fits within the Fire Pit bowl.
Q. How do I clean out the ash from the bottom of the Fire Pit?
A. Once the Fire Pit has completely cooled, remove the center cone and carefully sweep ash inside the Fire Pit through the bottom holes. Then, pull out the ash pan by its handle and dispose of the ash per your local laws/regulations.
Q. Are there handles on the Fire Pits?
A. The handles for the Patio Fire Pit are integrated into the design of the Fire Pit. The handles, which make it easier to move the Fire Pit, can be found underneath the outer section of the top ring. Because of the size of the Patio Fire Pit, it should be moved by two people. The Fire Pit handles get very hot during use, so only move the Fire Pit once it has completely cooled.
Place Fire Pit at least 15 feet from walls, structures or buildings, or other combustible materials such as dry grass/bushes or awnings. Do not use under a patio roof, low hanging branches, trellises or overhangs of any kind.
Use only TIKI® Brand Wood Packs or natural cut firewood in the Fire Pit. For outdoor use only. As with all natural flame products there is an inherent risk, so do not leave the product unattended. For safe use, fully read product label and follow all warnings and instructions. Use of this and other solid fuels may be restricted at times by law. Please check 1-877-4NO-BURN or www.8774NOBURN.org before burning.