By Davoud from TX on May 27, 2016
I want to build a wood burning oven. I need to make some refractory cement. Can I mix this product and fire cement to make the refractory cement?
By Brennan W. on May 27, 2016
Answer:This is only meant to be used for flame distribution for a gas log set. You will need to use premixed refractory cement or refractory cement mix.
By jeff birdwell from oklahoma city, ok on November 26, 2011
Do i just pour the bag out around the bottom of my fireplace? And can I do the same with glowing embers?
By Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on November 26, 2011
Answer:Vermiculite is designed to be a burner medium for propane fueled burner pans. Vermiculite should completely fill the burner pan - level to the top. Ember Glow is then scattered on top of the vermiculite to produce the glowing effect.
By Sylvia from Folsom, CA on April 11, 2013
I have a vented natural gas log set, in a peninsula fireplace. We aren't able to move the ash and ember looking material that covers the burners. What do I need to do to use my gas log set? Or do I need to use something like vermiculite to cover the burner?
By Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist on April 11, 2013
If you are using natural gas, you need sand for the burner tray. We do offer 10 lb. bags of sand, which you can see here:
Real Fyre Select Sand - CS-10
You may need two bags for your multi-sided log set. You may also want to get some glowing embers, which you can find here:
Real Fyre Ember Glow - EM-1