Fixing Broken Gas Log?

ckhbSeptember 18, 2009


Is is possible to use fireplace glue (or any other) to glue a gas log back together?

Or, since the broken log just rests in place - do I need to bother with repair or replacement at all? Any danger in burning the set with a broken log?

Thanks for your help!

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Just leave it as it is. After all, when a wood fire burns up logs, the logs collapse, right?

When it get to the point that you don't like the affect or appearance, it's time for a new log set.

    Bookmark   September 22, 2009 at 1:25PM
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