Safety Instructions: 1. Burn one firelog at a time. Only add another firelog when the first fire is out. 2. Always open damper before starting a fire and ensure adequate air supply. 3. Ensure you have no downdraft and that your chimney and burn area is clean. 4. Not for use in wood stoves or air tight stoves. 5. Never use without a grate (1-3 inch spacing) and fire screen. Always leave glass doors open. Do not use with andirons. 6. Never add anything to the firelog or a firelog to an existing fire. 7. Fire logs may become extremely volatile if agitated and may flare-up; do not move, poke or break up a burning firelog or use fire tongs. 8. If necessary, extinguish with a dry chemical fire extinguisher (UL or ULC Listed Class B) or douse flames with sand. 9. Do not use flammable liquids or fireplace gas log lighters to ignite firelog. 11. Adult supervision required. Never leave children, disabled persons or pets alone near fire/firelog; nor leave fire unattended. 12. Close damper when ashes are cool. Dispose of ashes properly in a metal can. 13. Clean chimney regularly. California Proposition 65 Warning: Combustion of this manufactured product results in the emissions of carbon monoxide, soot, and other combustion by-products which are known by the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or reproductive harm. Use of this and other solid fuels may be restricted at times by law. Please check 1-877-4No-Burn or http://www.8774Noburn.org before burning. If your fireplace is functioning property, emissions of this product should be vented outdoors. A properly installed and maintained fireplace and chimney will dramatically reduce the likelihood of combustion by-products entering your home. An inadequate air supply or a downdraft could cause a fireplace malfunction. If you suspect that your unit is not functioning properly, a qualified contractor should be consulted.