For those of you who don’t do this often, and for the courage I give the following information.
To start a fire in the fireplace, put the crumpled newsprint prepared on the fireplace, thin reeds and a tablet for easier ignition and a slightly thicker log on top of the emptied and cleaned firebox. Open the drawer under the firebox a little 2 cm for the air supply. Then light the paper with the included lighters. When the fire is well ignited, close the drawer and slow the burning.
The firewood is then added to the fire gradually and moderately.
Clean the combustion chamber and lower drawer of any other combustion in the metal container found behind the house next to the ash pan. Accessories are next to the fireplace. If the fireplace glass turns black, it is cleaned with soft kitchen roll paper before burning, partially soaked in water and then in ash – the glass can be cleaned so nicely.
If you leave the house for a long time, you will be able to light the fire with some cod. Open the bottom drawer again a little.
I think the description is understandable and you will be happy to do so, but be careful not to leave things that could be ignited at least 1 m from the fireplace glass. In the evening, allow the fire to gradually extinguish itself.
Since the log cabin is well insulated, I recommend only moderate burning in the evening, otherwise it will be too hot for you overnight.
Because the house is wooden, we put fire extinguishers in prominent places and installed fittings for bathrooms in the bathrooms, which are located in both bathrooms. For fire prevention, a fire blanket is also installed in the kitchen on the cabinet wall and a fire ampoule above the cooker.
Candles and open flames can be dangerous!
Emergency telephone numbers:
Master: 00386 (0) 41 669 505