Lighting a stove for the first time can seem daunting, it may take some practice, but with a few easy steps you can get a fire burning all night long!

Using kiln dried or seasoned logs

    1.  Fully open the primary air vents/controls
    2.  Place a firelighter with some dry kindling wood on the grate
    3.  Light the firelighter
    4.  Leave the door slightly ajar while the fire establishes and the glass warms up. This will help avoid condensation building up
    5.  Once the fire is going, start adding the kiln dried or seasoned logs. Careful you don't add too many, as this could smother the fire.
    6.  When the fire is fully established, close the door completely, close the primaery air control.
    7.  Add extra kiln dried or seasoned logs, as and when they are needed. Sit back and enjoy your cosy fire.

Using heat logs

      1.  Fully open the primary air vent/controls
      2.  Break a heat log into smaller pieces of about 2-3 inches. The logs will easily break into sections when tapped together
      3.  Place a firelighter with the broken pieces of heat logs on the grate
      4.  Light the firelighter
      5.  Once the fire is going, start adding more pieces of heat logs. They do produce an extreme heat, so do not overfill the stove
      6.  When the fire is fully established, Close the primary air control
      7.  Add extra heat log pieces or even kiln dried or seasoned logs, as and when they are needed. Sit back and enjoy your cosy fire.

Using Snugafire Irish Peat (Can only be used on multi-fuel stove)

      1.  Fully open the primary air vent/controls
      2.  Place five peat briquettes on their sides on the grate
      3.  Break two Crackerjack Firelighters (or a Firemagic Firemaker), position in between the peat briquettes and ignite
      4.  Leave the door slightly ajar while the fire establishes and the glass warms up. This will help avoid condensation building up
      5.  Place three peat briquettes on top with a thumbs width between each of them
      6.  When the fire is fully established. Close the door completely. Close the primary air control
      7.  Add further peat briquettes as and when required. Sit back and enjoy your cosy fire which will have a lovely aroma