Testemonials

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George Bogue
“A bit pricey, but this is a quality made tool. No Walmart or HomeDepot here.” (Wood Burning Stove Cleaning Tool The Ember Extractor)
jaykosko8
“Useful design, I used it for one season, the device is still in good condition and the results were good.” (Wood Burning Stove Cleaning Tool The Ember Extractor)
John Hollis
“Excellent product and service. 5 stars.” (Wood Burning Stove Cleaning Tool the Ember Extractor)
millardjdm
"If you burn wood at any level...be it casual fireplace or full time heating with a woodstove, buy this and throw away that shovel and ash pail that causes so much dust and wasted time. This product was well thought out and performs it's duties like a breeze. Get the ember extractor too and you can't go wrong, especially in a continual burn woodstove operation where you want to save that bed of coals to keep burning as soon as you're done scooping. Worth every penny in dust and mess control alone, let alone a supreme time saver."
Kevin Smith

Ember Extractor Info

Ember Extractor

Used to reclaim coals to light your next fire

Use the Ember Extractor to quickly sift the hot coals out of the ashes to assist with the next fire. The Ember Extractor also allows you to move the ashes in any direction to assist in cleaning.

Step by Step Instructions

  1. Use hoe to push ashes from the front and pull from back
  2. Use side baffles to push from either side of the stove
  3. When your pile is complete, sift thru ashes to extract coal and set to one side of stove to assist in lighting new load of wood.
Instructions

Always wear proper protective clothing and gloves. When you are ready to clean out the ashes in your stove - recommended waiting time is 8-10 hours (time will vary depending on user) after the last load, but while the stove is still warm, using the Ember Extractor in extreme heat or left in the stove for a prolonged period of time will cause damage and void all warranties, use the Ember Extractor to create a pile of ashes in the stove/insert. The hoe style front allows you to push ashes from the front or pull ashes from the back of the stove. The side baffles also allow ashes from the right or left to be moved in the stove. The screen frame allows you to sift thru the used ash to reclaim the desired coals and pile them to one side or the other. These coals are used to relight the wood and continue burning without the use of matches, paper, or kindling.

Ember Extractor

For stoves Greater than 16 inches

Features

  • Made in the USA for the Highest Quality
  • No assembly or tools required
  • Front hoe to push or pull ash to the center of stove
  • 2 side baffles to move ash from the right or left sides
  • Smooth elongated handle for ease of sifting and releasing coals to either side.
  • 6"x 12" sifting area
  • ½" sq holes to reclaim larger/hotter coals for quicker lighting
  • Double weld handle for screen durability

Specifications

  • Made of 100% 304 Stainless Steel
  • ½" x ½" screen holes
  • 16 ½" long x ¼" dia. 304 Stainless Steel handle
  • 2 ½' x 6" wide 304 Stainless Steel hoe
  • ¾" side 304 Stainless Steel Baffles
  • Weight 1.28 lbs
  • 26" overall Length

Ember Extractor Jr.

For stoves/fireplaces 16 inches or less

Jr. Features

  • Made in the USA for the Highest Quality
  • No assembly or tools required
  • Front hoe to push or pull ash to the center of stove
  • 2 side baffles to move ash from the right or left sides
  • Smooth elongated handle for ease of sifting and releasing coals to either side.
  • 6"x 9" sifting area
  • ½" sq holes to reclaim larger/hotter coals for quicker lighting
  • Double weld handle for screen durability

Jr. Specifications

  • Made of 100% 304 Stainless Steel
  • ½" x ½" screen holes
  • 14" long x ¼" dia. 304 Stainless Steel handle
  • 2 x 6" wide 304 Stainless Steel hoe
  • ¾" side 304 Stainless Steel Baffles
  • Weight 1.24 lbs
  • 23" overall Length
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