42.5 inch High Stainless Steel Folding Burn Cage and Fire Pit Screen



Burn leaves, cardboard, newspapers, rubbish and trash safely
Lightweight yet durable, easy to move, store and setup
Easy to assemble, folds flat for storage, measures 22 W x 42.5 L x 1 D inches when folded
Corrosion-resistant steel with 4 metal feet for stability
Small holes on all 4 sides feed the flames while keeping it contained
Vented lid keeps ash and cinders in check
Measures 22 W x 22 D x 42.5 H inches while in use
Constructed of 17 guage (1.4mm), 201 stainless steel

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Make burning and clearing easier and safer with the Sportsman Series Folding Burn Cage. Easy to store, setup, and move, the solid metal Folding Burn Cage makes it simple to burn leaves, cardboard, newspapers and more. Small vent holes on all 4 sides allow for ventilation, keeping the fire burning, and safely contained within the corrosive-resistant Steel Burner. A lid keeps the cinders and ash from blowing around as the fire burns down. When you are done, simple fold it flat and easily tuck it inside the garage or shed until you need it again.

Using a burn cage when camping can provide a safe and controlled way to manage your campfire and dispose of burnable materials. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to use a burn cage:

  1. Choose a suitable location: Select a safe and designated area for your burn cage. Ensure it is away from any flammable materials, such as tents, trees, or dry grass.
  2. Set up the burn cage: Assemble the burn cage according to the manufacturer’s instructions. It typically consists of a metal cage or container with openings for airflow and a sturdy base to contain the fire.
  3. Clear the area: Clear any debris, leaves, or combustible materials from the vicinity of the burn cage. This helps prevent accidental ignition or spreading of the fire.
  4. Gather burnable materials: Collect dry, burnable materials such as small sticks, twigs, and paper to start your fire. However, avoid using wet or green materials that can produce excessive smoke.
  5. Start the fire: Place the burnable materials inside the burn cage, arranging them in a loose and organized manner. Use fire starters or matches to ignite the materials at the bottom of the cage. Ensure there is enough ventilation for the fire to burn evenly.
  6. Monitor the fire: Keep a close eye on the fire as it burns. Avoid leaving it unattended and ensure it stays within the confines of the burn cage. Of course, maintain a safe distance and have a fire extinguisher or water source nearby for emergencies.
  7. Add materials gradually: As the fire burns down, you can add more burnable materials to sustain the fire. However, avoid overcrowding the burn cage, as it can impede airflow and affect the fire’s efficiency.
  8. Extinguish the fire: When you’re done with the burn cage, allow the fire to burn down completely. Use water or sand to extinguish any remaining embers. Ensure the fire is completely out before leaving the area.
  9. Clean up and dispose of ashes: Finally, once the fire is extinguished and the ashes have cooled, you can remove them from the burn cage. Dispose of the ashes in a safe and appropriate manner, following the campground’s rules or local regulations.

Remember to always check and adhere to any specific rules or guidelines provided by the campground or local authorities regarding the use of burn cages or open fires. It’s important to prioritize safety, prevent wildfires, and leave the camping area in the same condition as you found it.

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