Here's the link! : Stove Chow Premium Wood Pellet Fuel 40 lb. Bag-40100 - The Home DepotProbably, but can you provide a link? Different Home Depot's carry different types.
Absolutely interested!If anyone is interested I , as a Master Chimney Sweep, can explain the process for manufacture of wood pellets.
Hi, I'm in the UK. I used wood pellets for many years. Then switched to 100% straw pellets which are very similar, I got them here: Porta Pellis Straw Pellets. I now use Fitch paper bedding which is very soft - from here: Fitch First - Pet BeddingCould someone recommend any from uk?
I wonder which are best for odour control? Because i used paper pellets and if i don't change it everyday it stinks. Now i am trying some nameless wood pellets and the odour ir way better than using paper.
I pick up poop and wet litter twice a day. Never any odour here.I wonder which are best for odour control? Because i used paper pellets and if i don't change it everyday it stinks. Now i am trying some nameless wood pellets and the odour ir way better than using paper.
Wood pellets (and suppose straw and paper) rely on their own natural fibers to bind the material together. The feed stock can be any source of wood, scrap from sawmills, waste from landscaping, plants grown specifically for fuel. Initially the feed stock will be shredded. Imagine the consistency of hardwood mulch.Absolutely interested!
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