10 Best Cast Iron Wood Burning Stove

Updated on: September 2020

Best Cast Iron Wood Burning Stove in 2020


US Stove 1269E Small EPA Certified Cast Iron Logwood Stove, 54,000 BTUs

US Stove 1269E Small EPA Certified Cast Iron Logwood Stove, 54,000 BTUs
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • EPA-certified to the latest standards
  • 54,000 BTUs heats up to 900 sq. ft.
  • Heavy-duty cast iron construction, perfect for log cabins, large garages, and shops
  • Accepts logs 23 inches in length
  • Includes solid cooktop surface and a safety handle.Dimensions:Depth: 33in,Width: 18.5in,Height: 25.75in,6in Flue Collar,Weight:120lbs

Guide Gear Outdoor Wood Stove

Guide Gear Outdoor Wood Stove
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020

US Stove BSK1000 Barrel Camp Stove Kit, Black

US Stove BSK1000 Barrel Camp Stove Kit, Black
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Converts 30 or 55 gallon drums into a heat radiating wood burning stove
  • Ideal for buildings, garages, cabins and more
  • Includes door, chimney and barrel stand

Black Mini Wood Cook Stove Set - 12 Inches Long With Accessories

Black Mini Wood Cook Stove Set - 12 Inches Long With Accessories
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Painted black
  • Easy to assemble
  • Accessories included

Camp Chef Alpine Heavy Duty Cylinder Stove

Camp Chef Alpine Heavy Duty Cylinder Stove
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Wide form shelf/drying rack
  • Adjustable legs for uneven ground
  • 5" diameter chimney pipe (over 10 ft. total height)
  • Wire spark arrestor
  • Fire grate in bottom to protect the base from overheating

Ashley Hearth Products Ashle Red Enameled Porcelain Cast Iron Wood Stove

Ashley Hearth Products Ashle Red Enameled Porcelain Cast Iron Wood Stove
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Up to 68,000 BTUs - provides comforting heating up to 1,200 Sq. Ft
  • Holds up to 17 inch logs
  • Has 6 inch flue
  • Unit is mobile home, Washington state, and Canada approved
  • Large unique door design and glass
  • Top exhaust only
  • Blower is included
  • Up to 10 hour burn time

Panacea Products 15321 Humidifying Iron Kettle

Panacea Products 15321 Humidifying Iron Kettle
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • The product is CI Kettle Humidifier
  • Easy and simple use kit
  • The product is manufactured in China

Plow & Hearth 3 QT Cast Iron Wood Stove Steamer 9 L x 11.5 W x 6.25 H

Plow & Hearth 3 QT Cast Iron Wood Stove Steamer 9 L x 11.5 W x 6.25 H
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Cast iron woodstove steamer kettle
  • Features honeycomb top and rust-resistant finish
  • 3 quart capacity
  • Matte black

Old Dutch Cast Iron Hakone Teapot/Wood Stove Humidifier, 3-Liter, Matte Black

Old Dutch Cast Iron Hakone Teapot/Wood Stove Humidifier, 3-Liter, Matte Black
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • The heat-retaining properties of cast iron allow our tetsubin teapots to keep tea at the proper serving temperature for up to an hour
  • The porcelain enamel interior keeps the taste of the tea pure and allow for easy cleaning
  • Large 3 liter capacity and robust construction makes this kettle ideal for use as a humidifier for your wood stove
  • Warranty not included
  • Rinse out with warm water and hand dry

US Stove 1869 Railroad Potbelly Coal Stove

US Stove 1869 Railroad Potbelly Coal Stove
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Made from rugged cast iron for better heat radiation
  • 65,000 BTUs heats up to 1,200 sq. Ft
  • Burns Coal only, up to 40 lb. Capacity
  • 8Lift-out cook lid allows for top loading
  • Not available for sale in WA, or, CA, or decorate

Tips for Removing Soot Stains

The winter season is great for using a wood burning fireplace in your home. However, soot can easily get into surrounding areas in your living space and cause stains. Here are a few ways to get soot out of common household items.

Marble. Many home fireplaces have a marble tile surround. Soot can accumulate on these spaces, which sometimes can be a bit hard to clean. One way to remove soot from marble is to apply a mixture of one part baking soda to one part water. Smooth the paste over the soot stain in a thick layer. Apply a bit of kitchen plastic wrap over the baking soda. Secure the wrap in place with tape. Let the spot dry overnight before rinsing the baking soda off with a damp soft cloth.

Carpet. Carpet can be a little trickier than marble to remove soot stains. Sprinkle a bit of baking soda straight from the box onto the soot stain. Once the baking soda has set on the soot stain for an hour, use a vacuum cleaner to pick it up. (Some of the soot will bind to the baking soda, lifting it.) Pour a quarter sized amount of hydrogen peroxide onto a white terry cloth towel. Dab the soot stain with the peroxide to finish lifting the stain. (The peroxide portion of this tip should only be done on light colored carpets to prevent bleaching.)

Linens, Curtains, and Upholstery. Nearby linens, curtains, and upholstery can also accidentally have soot stains. If normal laundering through a washing machine does not work or is not an option, try the following. Vacuum the area to remove any excess soot on the stain. Apply a half dollar sized amount of rubbing alcohol to a soft cloth. Dab the stain with the soft cloth. (It is important to make sure the rubbing alcohol will not bleach the fabric by testing it in a small spot first.)

Walls. The paint on walls can easily harbor soot marks, as well. For light stains, rub dry baking soda directly onto the wall while wearing rubber gloves. Apply a generous amount of pressure. For deeper stains, use a mixture of one part ammonia per for parts of water. Pour the mixture into a spray bottle and use a scrub sponge to lift the rest of the stain.

NOTE: Soot stains from house fires are much different than those caused by fireplace use. Check with your local fire restoration company before attempting any of the above methods.

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