Fireplaces and stoves are wonderful, blazing oracles of merriment and winter-time diversion. Many a night can be spent watching TV or playing video games as the fire roars on in the living room, whether alone or in some appropriately cosy company. The fireplace has become a staple in modern home layout, building on a formula that has been in effect since the very first domiciles were created and designed.
But what happens when it comes time to shift a log in a fire or stove? A poker can only do so much, as burning logs tend to break apart rather easily under the weight of the metal stick. Sometimes, embers must be moved to the back of the fire in order to distribute evenly. This is where the risk comes into play. The farther back one pushes into the fire or stove, the closer they get to burning their themselves on the waves of heat emanating from the core of the inferno. How can one avoid such a fiery fate? The answer is simple: invest in a pair of gloves such as the Stovax 4027 Long Heat Resistant Leather Gloves. These marvels of engineering have been tested time and time again in order to optimise your fire quickly and safely.