A guide to the ideal wood for the stove. Although Pine is not suggested, folks that live in areas of only Pine have no choice but to use it, you just have to let it dry properly. It does burn very hot and quickly due to the high amount of resin, so plan on using more. Whatever wood you burn, just make sure to check and if needed, clean the stove pipe due to creosote build-up. If your wood has properly seasoned, creosote shouldn't be evident and all you'll see is a harmless beige dust.
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