The Panama 70cm fire pit is a great new addition to the Garden Chefs range of high-quality fire pits
The 70cm fire bowl sits on top of the sturdy yet lightweight base
The bowl can be easily lifted from the base. Meaning this 2-part fire pit is both easy to move and easy to clean
Once seated on the base the bowl does not move or rock due to the perfect fit
So, gather round and enjoy the unmistakable crackle and aroma a log fire gives you and bring warmth and light to evenings spent in the garden
When in full blaze this fire bowl really does look amazing
And don’t worry, there’s plenty of room for logs, so if you want to, you’ll get a good fire going!
Add the fire pit grate which fits this fire pit perfectly and you’ll be free to cook up some delicious food directly over your fire
Garden Chefs guide to a better fire pit experience:
- Use a good amount of kindling to get the fire going
- Where possible use kiln-dried logs, (kiln-dried wood gives off far less smoke)
- Split logs down with an axe (thicker logs will smoke more)
- Keep the temperature up by adding logs, don’t let the fire burn right down before adding more fuel
- Allow airflow around your logs as you stack them
Black raw steel may have surface rust appear after some time, this is a natural process and is not a manufacturing fault
Follow the basic maintenance laid out below and your fire pit for last for many years to come
- Use a cover when not in use to greatly reduce the appearance of surface rust
- Clean products with a damp cloth and dry
- Coat grates and grills with a thin layer of edible oil, repeating this step to prevent rusting.
- Maintain black raw steel bowls by sanding with fine-grade sandpaper and painting with high-temperature paint.
(The inside of black steel fire bowls should not be painted but can be coated with a thin layer of edible oil to help prevent rust.)
Garden Chefs offers a 1-year warranty against manufacturing faults on all fire pits