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Was just exposed to a gas fire place in a new house, and since it was still new it gave off a smell every time it was turned on. It was not the most pleasent of smells but we were told it was a break in process and would soon stop.
Well, what if there was a way to have your fire place give off a
nice smell, like having a hole where some essential oils can be added. Why have a seperate oil burner when you already have a fire place?
these are for a *gel* stove, but I would think it would be the same for gas
[xandram, Oct 13 2006]
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||there's stuff like this for sale -- do a web search
||There is sented logs for wood fire places, but I have not found any sort of sent or method to apply a sent for a GAS fire place.
||Looks like they do exist [link]. A friend of mine used to toss in a little incense also.
||I went to the ACE link that you provided above, and failed to find any sented gas fireplace logs. There are VENTED logs, not scented.
||Deleted link. Sorry, I didn't catch the shift from gas to regular fireplace. <slaps self>