I have updated the page on ash management. See: http://woodheat.org/ash-removal.html I look forward to being able to point to a decent version if one becomesjohngulland2000
Points taken, but I use a sealed lid steel "ash container" that sits on my stone hearth year around. No smoke or CO escapes because it's air tight any coals goggoetz111
gggGary wrote: "That one looks like a poor design compared to the original. Since the "ashtrap" is gone perhaps someone that has one should post up some 3johngulland2000
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