1. Choose the right location

The location of your fire bowl is very important for safety. Place the fire bowl on a flat surface, away from flammable materials such as a wooden fence or dry leaves. Make sure there is enough space around the fire bowl so that people can move around easily without risk of burning.

2. Use the right fuel

Use only suitable fuels such as charcoal or wood. Avoid lighter fluids or other chemical lighters, as they can be unpredictable and dangerous. At MOODZ, we recommend using dry logs as they produce less smoke and sparks.

3. Pay attention to weather conditions

Avoid lighting the fire bowl on windy days. Wind can disperse sparks and ash, increasing the risk of fire. Also check local fire warnings and rules on the use of open fire in your area.

4. Limit the size of the fire

A large fire can be difficult to control and can become quite dangerous. Start with a small fire and gradually add wood to enlarge it. Make sure the flames do not get too high and always supervise the fire.

5. Keep children and pets away

Children and pets are often curious and can easily get burned. Always keep them at a safe distance from the fire bowl and teach them the dangers of open fire.

6. Put out the fire safely

Never leave the fire unattended. When you are almost done, let the fire go out slowly. When the fire is almost extinguished, you can still pour over it with water or sand. Always stir the smouldering remains to check that everything is completely extinguished.

At MOODZ, we want you to enjoy your fire bowl safely and responsibly. By following these tips, you can carefree enjoy the warmth and cosiness that a fire bowl offers. Discover our range of fire bowls and make every outdoor evening an unforgettable experience.

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