Best Fireplace Bellows

Updated October 2019
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Fireplace bellows are used to blow oxygen into a fire to help it burn. Oxygen helps fires burn faster and hotter, so blasting a sudden burst of oxygen can revive a dying fire or transform a gentle flame into a blaze. Today, many people use bellows – traditionally a tool for blacksmiths – to tend their own fireplace or fire pit. You may want to look for an attractive model since fireplaces are often a focal point in your home. Look for good air-focusing capability and quality materials that can stand up to heat, and weather the elements if your bellows accidentally gets left outside.

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