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Firegear 1 to 2 Inch Black Lava Rocks - 10 lbs

Firegear 1 to 2 Inch Black Lava Rocks - 10 lbs

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Firegear
Firegear Part Numbers: FG-LAVA-10
Item Number: FGO-FG-LAVA-10

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Features

  • Color: Black
  • Mined from the earth
  • Contrasts beautifully against a bright flame
  • Each rock is approximately 1" to 2" in diameter
  • Serves as base for all other Firegear fire pit media
Do you like all the functionality behind a fire pit burner, but not the appearance? Well, with this Firegear lava rock, you can make the fire that stems from your burner look natural, yet beautiful. You can use this lava rock as a base for other Firegear media (such as lava stones, fireglass, etc.), or you can pile the rocks high to add aesthetics to your burner all the same. So don't let your metal show, cover it with a unique finish today!

Please Note: Purchasing more media will allow you to cover larger burners or multiple burners. Please consult your burner manual to know how much media is optimal.

Customer Q&A with Product Specialists

Steve S. from evergreen, co asked:
Is this safe for use in an indoor LP gas heating stove?
Is this safe for use in an indoor LP gas heating stove?
No, these lava rocks are only suitable for use in an outdoor firepit.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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Melissa C. from Chehalis, Washington asked:
I need something to put in or under firepit that is on asphalt so it won't damage the asphalt, any suggestions?
I need something to put in or under firepit that is on asphalt so it won't damage the asphalt, any suggestions?
We wouldn't carry any products for this application since asphalt isn't considered combustible.
Answered by: Will M.

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Miriam B. from Mill Valley, CA asked:
Hi, I am playing around with the idea of a more modern look for my gas fireplace. Can I mix the black glass with lava rock? My concern is mostly canI mix materials? Will the cause a weird smell? Thanks.
Hi, I am playing around with the idea of a more modern look for my gas fireplace. Can I mix the black glass with lava rock? My concern is mostly canI mix materials? Will the cause a weird smell? Thanks.
It is normally not recommended that materials be mixed.
Answered by: Brennan W.

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