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Mailee12/12/2012 19:49:46
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Well I have finally bitten the bullet and bought a workshop stove. I have been using a space heater with a propane bottle which only managed to warm a small area and was getting really expensive to run. Each 47Kg bottle would last me around one week in the winter and they have now gone up in price to over £60! :shock: That is a £10 rise in price in just one year! Not to mention losing a full gallon of glue last year due to the temperature. I have bought this sawdust, chippings wood burner from E-bay and am now waiting for the flue system to arrive.
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I went for the largest one I could find and am now looking forward to being warm this winter at long last. :D
dennis wake13/12/2012 21:29:10
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hi Mailee

it looks like you are going to be the only one that is going to be lovely and warm this winter. do you have to do any thing with the sawdust or can you just shovel it in to it.

dennis

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