Safety first

READ ALL THE INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE BEFORE USING YOUR GLAMPFIRE PORTABLE BONFIRE.​
 

  • ADULT USE ONLY! Do not use while intoxicated or in an altered state of mind. 

  • Never use water to extinguish the bonfire.

  • Smother the fire with the lid to extinguish the flames.

  • Do not use in wet conditions.

  • Caution: container becomes extremely hot very fast once lit.

  • Always keep yourself and anything flammable a safe distance from the fire.

  • Keep kids and pets at a safe distance from the fire and always with adult supervision. 

  • Only use on heatproof and stable surfaces.

  • Never move while lit or when still hot. Only when completely cooled and the wax has solidified. 

  • Never use indoors or in an enclosed space. Don't burn your home down! 

  • Do not use the bonfire on any watercraft, camper, tent or vehicle. Ever! 

  • Do not add any fuel accelerants to the bonfire, such as gasoline, lighter fluid or kerosene. 

  • Wax becomes a liquid when hot and can easily splash, possibly resulting in burns to exposed skin or damage to personal belongings. Do not touch or disturb content until completely cooled.

  • This is a real fire, so please use responsibly!

  • Use of this and other solid fuels may be restricted at times by law. Please check your local laws and restrictions concerning open flame regulations before burning. If swallowed, seek medical attention. This product is intended for outdoor and fireplace use only. Use in well-ventilated areas.

  • The purchaser and user assume all responsibility, risk and liability for all injury to or death of any person or persons and damage to property while using Glampfire Canada portable bonfires.

  • If you have any questions, please use the CONTACT section.

DISPOSAL:
Recycle container where possible. Do not re-fill.

 

NOTICE:

User/buyer assumes all responsibility for safety. Not following instructions may lead to fire hazard or personal injury.

 

CAUTION:

Never leave this product burning while unattended. If contaminated with water, dispose of it and do not light.

WARNING!

ADULT USE ONLY. DO NOT EXPOSE TO WATER. Flame can reach 10 inches or higher. To prevent fire, burn within sight and out of reach of children and pets. Never burn near anything that can catch fire. DO NOT LIGHT ON A FLAMMABLE SURFACE.  

 

Enjoying your Glampfire portable bonfire

Instructions to safely light, use, and extinguish your Glampfire Canada portable bonfire.
 

  1. Only use your Glampfire Canada portable bonfires OUTSIDE.

  2. The tin gets VERY HOT and must be placed on a safe non-burnable surface like a trivet. Do not place directly on glass or sensitive surfaces.

  3. If the briquettes have a thin wax coating that makes them difficult to light, you can use scissors to cut the briquettes and rough up the fibres.– see below.

  4. Light your Glampfire with a torch lighter or a candlestick lighter. It won't be easy to light with matches or a regular lighter – see below.

  5. Light each briquette on the corner and hold the flame to it until the briquette stays lit – this should take approximately 30 seconds for each briquette. 

  6. Your Glampfire portable bonfire will be extremely hot when in use. Never attempt to touch or move your Glampfire during use or before it has completely cooled down.

  7. Never use water to extinguish the bonfire. NEVER!
  8. To extinguish your Glampfire, slide the lid over the flame and press down until the lid is completely closed – see below.

  9. You can relight your Glampfire for a total burn time of approximately 3 hours.

  10. Your Glampfire portable bonfire is made with food-grade non-toxic soy wax. Please burn for 20 minutes before roasting marshmallows or any other food items.

  11. Use of this and other solid fuels may be restricted at times by law. Please check your local laws and restrictions or before burning. If swallowed, seek medical attention. This product is intended for outdoor and fireplace use only. Use in well ventilated areas.

Roughing up the briquettes
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Lighting the wick
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Extinguishing the fire