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looks like a nice firewood stand. made from square tubular steel, so should be super sturdy
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This cheap POS is just going to rust right away.
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This cheap POS is just going to rust right away.

say, you're right... i personally don't have experience with these... how much would a quality one cost? vs, maybe $10 in spray paint to repaint it, so it won't rust?
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Awesome deal on one of these. It's one of those things you can get in off season cheap.
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Awesome deal on one of these. It's one of those things you can get in off season cheap.
This is a pretty normal price for something like this. The mesh screens are really dumb for this type product as it adds a thousand places for rust to start.

Even covered under a patio, this won't last. If you need one, make it out of treated wood, they have bracket kits on Amazon too.
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Would sure look a lot nicer than the ones I built with left over deck boards lol
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Paint on this cheap steel won't prevent rust. The mesh is a poor design for that reason as well.
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You can make some cool ones out of cinderblocks and pressure treated boards that'll last a long time...

You can make a V shape ones with one cinderblock or you can make one like the one posted here with two cinderblocks
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How y'll save the wood from insects keeping outside?
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Just learn to stack the wood, there's no need for anything like this, if you want to keep the bottom layer off the ground stick a couple long sticks under it
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Quote from thepioneer747 :
How y'll save the wood from insects keeping outside?
Racking it can't hurt...
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Just learn to stack the wood, there's no need for anything like this, if you want to keep the bottom layer off the ground stick a couple long sticks under it
I think it makes a big difference properly getting it off the ground...
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Just learn to stack the wood, there's no need for anything like this, if you want to keep the bottom layer off the ground stick a couple long sticks under it
Pepple that buy things like this arent camping for a weekend. People store cords and cords worth of wood. Think literally tons when wet.
Speaking from experience sticks aint up to the task.
I must have lost a cord of wood trying it nevertheless.
You are giving advice like you have real experience with a woodstove. Its plain you do not.

If anyone is considing buything this, dont. Kingso is good for kindling only and thats likely giving it more credit thwt is deserves.
Landmann (with two n) is the best i have found so far.
Keep them up on slabs or blocks and out of the rain regardless of brand.
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Pepple that buy things like this arent camping for a weekend. People store cords and cords worth of wood. Think literally tons when wet.
Speaking from experience sticks aint up to the task.
I must have lost a cord of wood trying it nevertheless.
You are giving advice like you have real experience with a woodstove. Its plain you do not.

If anyone is considing buything this, dont. Kingso is good for kindling only and thats likely giving it more credit thwt is deserves.
Landmann (with two n) is the best i have found so far.
Keep them up on slabs or blocks and out of the rain regardless of brand.
I made a firepit with concrete blocks lined with firebricks and a bunch of air draws along the bottom it's awesomme!
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Pepple that buy things like this arent camping for a weekend.
100% wrong. People who buy things like this are impulse buyers, window shoppers, definitely not outdoors people. No person who stores cords of woods would ever go near this thing.

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Speaking from experience sticks aint up to the task.
I must have lost a cord of wood trying it nevertheless. You are giving advice like you have real experience with a woodstove. Its plain you do not.
He was downplaying to show how simple it is to store and how worthless this product is.
He obviously didn't mean sticks, he meant treated 2x4s or 4x4s, and I've used landscape lumber with excellent results.

As someone mentioned, keeping off the ground is key, so what is the difference what keeps it off the ground?
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