Fires Burn Better

If you heat your home with a wood burning stove or insert—or even if you just enjoy your fireplace or fire pit from time to time—a Firemizer should be on the bottom of it. Your wood will last up to 33% percent longer. Firemizer is a reusable mat made of stainless steel mesh. It spreads heat more evenly and burns even the smallest pieces of fuel down to ash that you just brush away between fires. The amount of fuel you use—and the amount of creosote in your chimney—are reduced, and burn time is increased by up to one-third. Wherever you use the Firemizer, trim it to fit using a standard wire cutter. Wear gloves when you handle it, though, to avoid steel splinters. Then enjoy a more efficiently burning fire that won’t burn through your heating budget.

Firemizer

Fuel Saving Device for Wood

Fires Burn Better

If you heat your home with a wood burning stove or insert—or even if you just enjoy your fireplace or fire pit from time to time—a Firemizer should be on the bottom of it. Your wood will last up to 33% percent longer. Firemizer is a reusable mat made of stainless steel mesh. It spreads heat more evenly and burns even the smallest pieces of fuel down to ash that you just brush away between fires. The amount of fuel you use—and the amount of creosote in your chimney—are reduced, and burn time is increased by up to one-third. Wherever you use the Firemizer, trim it to fit using a standard wire cutter. Wear gloves when you handle it, though, to avoid steel splinters. Then enjoy a more efficiently burning fire that won’t burn through your heating budget.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Kevin
    Kevin

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Firemizer to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Katie
    Katie
    10/26/2015 10:19 AM

    Can I use this in a wood burning stove??? Looks like an awesome concept! Thanks, Katie

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 10:24 AM

    @Katie

    Hello Katie, Yes it can be used in a wood burning stove

  • Katie
    Katie
    10/26/2015 11:11 AM

    @Kevin Thank you - just ordered one (and if you find it works in a BIG Green Egg, I will order more :)

  • austin
    austin
    10/26/2015 10:35 AM

    Can the mesh be used in the bottom of a Green Egg cooker?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 10:44 AM

    @austin

    Hello Austin, I just looked up Green Egg cookers. We have done extensive tests in Europe and the USA but in Fireplaces and stoves. We have not tried the product in a cooker. It sounds like it might be worth a test!

  • Sarah
    Sarah
    10/26/2015 10:40 AM

    My fireplace has a gas fire starter under the rack for holding wood. Would the Firemizer work in that situation?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 10:50 AM

    @Sarah

    Hello Sarah, your fireplace can be used either as a gas fire with ceramic logs or as real fire burning wood. Is that correct? and you have a "gas fire starter" which cannot be removed from its position under the rack for holding the wood. Is that correct?

  • Russell
    Russell
    10/26/2015 10:59 AM

    Can this be used with an insert using Enviro Bricks?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:07 AM

    @Russell

    Hello Russell, Yes the Firemizer can be used with Enviro bricks. We have used Firemizer with a number of different natural and composite logs.

  • Sarah
    Sarah
    10/26/2015 11:04 AM

    Wow - I recently bought my first house with a wood burning fireplace and this is exactly what I was looking for - thank you! Question: my fireplace has a log holder 2-3" inches above a grate in the floor with large spaces between the bars. Would I use this in the log holder (like the video), or rest it right above the grate? Or both?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:10 AM

    @Sarah

    Hello Sarah, Place the FIREMIZER on your log holder. It needs to be in contact with the burning fuel (wood) where it will spread the heat more evenly across the base of the fire.

  • Sarah
    Sarah
    10/26/2015 11:17 AM

    @Kevin Great = thanks. One last question - can I rest a fire starter right on top of the FIREMIZER?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:19 AM

    @Sarah

    Absolutely it will not harm the FIREMIZER.

  • Guest
    Guest
    10/26/2015 11:18 AM

    Hello! How long does the Firemizer mat typically, last?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:22 AM

    @Guest

    You should expect around 500 burning hours of use.

  • Rod
    Rod
    10/26/2015 11:22 AM

    If I put this on top of my grate, can I start the fire below the grate? Will the fire starter flames go through the mesh?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:26 AM

    @Rod

    Hello Rod, yes this will work for a gas fire starter.

  • david
    david
    10/26/2015 11:30 AM

    @Kevin What are dimensions of the mat?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:33 AM

    @david

    20 inches by 14 inches. The FIREMIZER can easily be cut with a pair of scissors to fit your particular grate.

  • Kelly
    Kelly
    10/26/2015 11:36 AM

    I don't have a grate in my wood burning insert. Can you use Firemizer directly on the bottom of the insert or does it need to be elevated?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:43 AM

    @Kelly

    Hello Kelly, You can place the Firemizer directly on the bottom of your wood burning stove.

  • Emily
    Emily
    10/26/2015 11:41 AM

    I have a Rumford fireplace, which requires tall logs to stand upright along the back wall, directly on a floor of fire brick. Will this work for that?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:47 AM

    @Emily

    Hello Emily, it will work but I think you will have better results if you add a grate and place the Firemizer on top of the grate and then your vertically stacked logs.

  • Ann
    Ann
    10/26/2015 11:41 AM

    I currently use a section of chicken wire to perform this function but it wears out pretty quickly. How long can I expect this to last when burning wood?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:50 AM

    @Ann

    Hello Ann, great question. Chicken wire is typically made from mild steel. Firemizer is made from an alloy of stainless steel which allows it to survive at higher temperatures for a longer period.The actual time will depend on the fuels you use but you should expect 500 burning hours of use.

  • Bethany
    Bethany
    10/26/2015 11:44 AM

    What a great idea! Two questions for you:

    I have a wood stove that is my primary heat source. I build the fire right on the the flat, grated floor of the stove. With this mat in place, will the ashes still be able to fall through the grate?

    Secondly, if I have done my math correctly, the Firemizer will last less than a month in a stove used for constant heat. Is that true? If so, are there any suggestions to extend its life (aside from letting the fire die & the house get cold!)?

    Thanks!

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:57 AM

    @Bethany

    Hello Bethany, You will notice when you first use Firemizer that the ash produced is very fine. Typically all the wood is burned to ash and this will fall through the Firemizer into your ash pan.

    Unfortunately, everybody uses their fireplaces differently, as a constant burner you will need to replace your Firemizer more frequently but you will have more completely converted your wood into heat!

  • David
    David
    10/26/2015 11:46 AM

    I have a woodburning fireplace with an elevated grate that the wood goes onto. I start my fires with newspaper under the grate and the wood on top of the grate. Would the flames from the newspaper still go through the Firemizer that is placed on the bottom of the grate to begin to burn the wood on the grate?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 12:06 PM

    @David

    Hello David, The FIREMIZER will restrict some of the airflow you will be used to and this may cause you difficulty when lighting the fire in the manner you described. If you place the kindling and newspaper on the Firemizer and the larger logs on top this may work better.

  • Sheryl
    Sheryl
    10/26/2015 11:55 AM

    We build our fires directly on the fire brick in our wood stove. Would FIREMIZER make much difference for us?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 12:11 PM

    @Sheryl

    Hello Sheryl, We did the majority of our US based product testing on a stove like the one you described. Yes, it works!

  • Phillip
    Phillip
    10/26/2015 12:16 PM

    Please provide me with the dimensions of the Firemizer.

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 12:20 PM

    @Phillip

    Hello Phillip the dimensions are 20 inches by 14 inches. The Firemizer can be trimmed to size to fit your fireplace using a pair of scissors.

  • Luann
    Luann
    10/26/2015 12:17 PM

    Hi Kevin, how long do they last? Do you have to change them out when you clean out the ashes?

    Luann

  • Luann
    Luann
    10/26/2015 12:22 PM

    @Luann - Never mind, I just read above. Thanks anyway

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 12:25 PM

    @Luann

    Hello Luann, the firemizer should typically last for 500 burning hours. The actual life will depend on the solid fuel you are using and how you like to operate your fire. You will find the ash is very fine and many people leave the Firemizer in place. Other users will dust off the Firemizer and then return it to the Fireplace.

  • Devon
    Devon
    10/26/2015 12:23 PM

    Do you have plans to produce a larger size FireMizer?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 12:29 PM

    @Devon

    Hello Devon, We have no plans to do that at the moment. If you have a larger grate area to cover you can place Firemizer side by side. They can easily be trimmed to fit. You should avoid doubling over one Firemizer on top of another.

  • Don
    Don
    10/26/2015 12:28 PM

    have you tried it with wood pellet stoves?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 12:36 PM

    @Don

    Hello Don, we have used it with pellet stoves. The benefits gained are not as marked because pellet stoves are inherently more efficient when it comes to effectively converting the solid fuel into heat. You will get the biggest benefit from using Firemizer in a conventional fireplace or stove burning wood.

  • Guest
    Guest
    10/26/2015 1:43 PM

    I went online to order this and the shipping and handling was $38.65! YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME. Thats a total of $68.30 when all is said and done. What a ripp-off

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 2:07 PM

    @Guest

    That does seem to be an error. Typically the freight charges are well under $10. Please try again to see if there was an error and/or contact The Grommet Customer Service directly they will be able to help you.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    10/26/2015 2:09 PM

    There is a higher shipping cost on Firemizer due to the unique size of the product and because of that, we are offering a $3 discount on shipping which you will see toward the end of the checkout process. The price you mentioned should only be the case if you are looking to get it in the next two days. If your select ground shipping it should be in the normal range.

  • Guest
    Guest
    10/26/2015 6:18 PM

    Nope. It's still $38.65. I have 2 choices- 2-3 days and 1 day is $42.07. Better check your site. Kevin will be loosing business.

    It's still outrageous. No thanks.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    10/27/2015 11:05 AM

    I would try logging in. There should be three options with ground being the first. Again, there will be a higher cost for shipping on this because of the size, but the discount should bring it down to a more expected level.

  • John
    John
    10/26/2015 1:46 PM

    I am concerned that the mat has to be removed periodically to be cleaned. How often does it need to be cleaned? I cannot afford any downtime for cleaning. My house in Upstate NY cools rapidly and takes a long time to reheat to a comfortable temperature. Currently, I have an ash pan beneath the firebox that I can empty without burning the fire down.

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 2:16 PM

    @John

    Hello John, in field trials we performed in Ireland where they burn peat in ranges that are used to heat the house we had one user who never re-lit her fire for three weeks! The fine ash will drop into the collecting pan.

  • Terence
    Terence
    10/26/2015 2:04 PM

    Can this be used with a gas fireplace? Thanks, Terry

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 2:18 PM

    @Terence

    Hello Terence, I would not recommend using with a gas fireplace. It will not not improve the efficiency of burning gas fuel.

  • Terence
    Terence
    10/26/2015 5:59 PM

    @Kevin Many thanks, Terry

  • Cathy
    Cathy
    10/26/2015 3:35 PM

    Is this the same Firemizer offered by Microtex Products? It looks the same, and has the same name, but theirs is a couple dollars more expensive and is being offered for sale in a storefront called Unbeatable Deals on Amazon. Is it two different products?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    10/26/2015 4:14 PM

    Hi Cathy, yes it is made by Microtex, but I could not find the Unbeatable Deal you are referring to. We are offering Firemizer at the same price as everyone else.

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 4:14 PM

    @Cathy

    Hello Cathy it is the same product manufactured by Microtex Products but clearly being sold above the RRP of $29.95 - so their UNBEATABLE DEAL is in fact beatable!

    We, MICROTEX PRODUCTS sell at the RRP as do The Grommet.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Firemizer

Fuel Saving Device for Wood

Fires Burn Better

If you heat your home with a wood burning stove or insert—or even if you just enjoy your fireplace or fire pit from time to time—a Firemizer should be on the bottom of it. Your wood will last up to 33% percent longer.

Firemizer is a reusable mat made of stainless steel mesh. It spreads heat more evenly and burns even the
smallest pieces of fuel down to ash that you just brush away between fires. The amount of fuel you use—and the amount of creosote in your chimney—are reduced, and burn time is increased by up to one-third.

Wherever you use the Firemizer, trim it to fit using a standard wire cutter. Wear gloves when you handle it, though, to avoid steel splinters. Then enjoy a more efficiently burning fire that won’t burn through your heating budget.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Kevin
    Kevin

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Firemizer to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Katie
    Katie
    10/26/2015 10:19 AM

    Can I use this in a wood burning stove??? Looks like an awesome concept! Thanks, Katie

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 10:24 AM

    @Katie

    Hello Katie, Yes it can be used in a wood burning stove

  • Katie
    Katie
    10/26/2015 11:11 AM

    @Kevin Thank you - just ordered one (and if you find it works in a BIG Green Egg, I will order more :)

  • austin
    austin
    10/26/2015 10:35 AM

    Can the mesh be used in the bottom of a Green Egg cooker?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 10:44 AM

    @austin

    Hello Austin, I just looked up Green Egg cookers. We have done extensive tests in Europe and the USA but in Fireplaces and stoves. We have not tried the product in a cooker. It sounds like it might be worth a test!

  • Sarah
    Sarah
    10/26/2015 10:40 AM

    My fireplace has a gas fire starter under the rack for holding wood. Would the Firemizer work in that situation?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 10:50 AM

    @Sarah

    Hello Sarah, your fireplace can be used either as a gas fire with ceramic logs or as real fire burning wood. Is that correct? and you have a "gas fire starter" which cannot be removed from its position under the rack for holding the wood. Is that correct?

  • Russell
    Russell
    10/26/2015 10:59 AM

    Can this be used with an insert using Enviro Bricks?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:07 AM

    @Russell

    Hello Russell, Yes the Firemizer can be used with Enviro bricks. We have used Firemizer with a number of different natural and composite logs.

  • Sarah
    Sarah
    10/26/2015 11:04 AM

    Wow - I recently bought my first house with a wood burning fireplace and this is exactly what I was looking for - thank you! Question: my fireplace has a log holder 2-3" inches above a grate in the floor with large spaces between the bars. Would I use this in the log holder (like the video), or rest it right above the grate? Or both?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:10 AM

    @Sarah

    Hello Sarah, Place the FIREMIZER on your log holder. It needs to be in contact with the burning fuel (wood) where it will spread the heat more evenly across the base of the fire.

  • Sarah
    Sarah
    10/26/2015 11:17 AM

    @Kevin Great = thanks. One last question - can I rest a fire starter right on top of the FIREMIZER?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:19 AM

    @Sarah

    Absolutely it will not harm the FIREMIZER.

  • Guest
    Guest
    10/26/2015 11:18 AM

    Hello! How long does the Firemizer mat typically, last?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:22 AM

    @Guest

    You should expect around 500 burning hours of use.

  • Rod
    Rod
    10/26/2015 11:22 AM

    If I put this on top of my grate, can I start the fire below the grate? Will the fire starter flames go through the mesh?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:26 AM

    @Rod

    Hello Rod, yes this will work for a gas fire starter.

  • david
    david
    10/26/2015 11:30 AM

    @Kevin What are dimensions of the mat?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:33 AM

    @david

    20 inches by 14 inches. The FIREMIZER can easily be cut with a pair of scissors to fit your particular grate.

  • Kelly
    Kelly
    10/26/2015 11:36 AM

    I don't have a grate in my wood burning insert. Can you use Firemizer directly on the bottom of the insert or does it need to be elevated?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:43 AM

    @Kelly

    Hello Kelly, You can place the Firemizer directly on the bottom of your wood burning stove.

  • Emily
    Emily
    10/26/2015 11:41 AM

    I have a Rumford fireplace, which requires tall logs to stand upright along the back wall, directly on a floor of fire brick. Will this work for that?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:47 AM

    @Emily

    Hello Emily, it will work but I think you will have better results if you add a grate and place the Firemizer on top of the grate and then your vertically stacked logs.

  • Ann
    Ann
    10/26/2015 11:41 AM

    I currently use a section of chicken wire to perform this function but it wears out pretty quickly. How long can I expect this to last when burning wood?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:50 AM

    @Ann

    Hello Ann, great question. Chicken wire is typically made from mild steel. Firemizer is made from an alloy of stainless steel which allows it to survive at higher temperatures for a longer period.The actual time will depend on the fuels you use but you should expect 500 burning hours of use.

  • Bethany
    Bethany
    10/26/2015 11:44 AM

    What a great idea! Two questions for you:

    I have a wood stove that is my primary heat source. I build the fire right on the the flat, grated floor of the stove. With this mat in place, will the ashes still be able to fall through the grate?

    Secondly, if I have done my math correctly, the Firemizer will last less than a month in a stove used for constant heat. Is that true? If so, are there any suggestions to extend its life (aside from letting the fire die & the house get cold!)?

    Thanks!

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 11:57 AM

    @Bethany

    Hello Bethany, You will notice when you first use Firemizer that the ash produced is very fine. Typically all the wood is burned to ash and this will fall through the Firemizer into your ash pan.

    Unfortunately, everybody uses their fireplaces differently, as a constant burner you will need to replace your Firemizer more frequently but you will have more completely converted your wood into heat!

  • David
    David
    10/26/2015 11:46 AM

    I have a woodburning fireplace with an elevated grate that the wood goes onto. I start my fires with newspaper under the grate and the wood on top of the grate. Would the flames from the newspaper still go through the Firemizer that is placed on the bottom of the grate to begin to burn the wood on the grate?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 12:06 PM

    @David

    Hello David, The FIREMIZER will restrict some of the airflow you will be used to and this may cause you difficulty when lighting the fire in the manner you described. If you place the kindling and newspaper on the Firemizer and the larger logs on top this may work better.

  • Sheryl
    Sheryl
    10/26/2015 11:55 AM

    We build our fires directly on the fire brick in our wood stove. Would FIREMIZER make much difference for us?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 12:11 PM

    @Sheryl

    Hello Sheryl, We did the majority of our US based product testing on a stove like the one you described. Yes, it works!

  • Phillip
    Phillip
    10/26/2015 12:16 PM

    Please provide me with the dimensions of the Firemizer.

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 12:20 PM

    @Phillip

    Hello Phillip the dimensions are 20 inches by 14 inches. The Firemizer can be trimmed to size to fit your fireplace using a pair of scissors.

  • Luann
    Luann
    10/26/2015 12:17 PM

    Hi Kevin, how long do they last? Do you have to change them out when you clean out the ashes?

    Luann

  • Luann
    Luann
    10/26/2015 12:22 PM

    @Luann - Never mind, I just read above. Thanks anyway

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 12:25 PM

    @Luann

    Hello Luann, the firemizer should typically last for 500 burning hours. The actual life will depend on the solid fuel you are using and how you like to operate your fire. You will find the ash is very fine and many people leave the Firemizer in place. Other users will dust off the Firemizer and then return it to the Fireplace.

  • Devon
    Devon
    10/26/2015 12:23 PM

    Do you have plans to produce a larger size FireMizer?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 12:29 PM

    @Devon

    Hello Devon, We have no plans to do that at the moment. If you have a larger grate area to cover you can place Firemizer side by side. They can easily be trimmed to fit. You should avoid doubling over one Firemizer on top of another.

  • Don
    Don
    10/26/2015 12:28 PM

    have you tried it with wood pellet stoves?

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 12:36 PM

    @Don

    Hello Don, we have used it with pellet stoves. The benefits gained are not as marked because pellet stoves are inherently more efficient when it comes to effectively converting the solid fuel into heat. You will get the biggest benefit from using Firemizer in a conventional fireplace or stove burning wood.

  • Guest
    Guest
    10/26/2015 1:43 PM

    I went online to order this and the shipping and handling was $38.65! YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME. Thats a total of $68.30 when all is said and done. What a ripp-off

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 2:07 PM

    @Guest

    That does seem to be an error. Typically the freight charges are well under $10. Please try again to see if there was an error and/or contact The Grommet Customer Service directly they will be able to help you.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    10/26/2015 2:09 PM

    There is a higher shipping cost on Firemizer due to the unique size of the product and because of that, we are offering a $3 discount on shipping which you will see toward the end of the checkout process. The price you mentioned should only be the case if you are looking to get it in the next two days. If your select ground shipping it should be in the normal range.

  • Guest
    Guest
    10/26/2015 6:18 PM

    Nope. It's still $38.65. I have 2 choices- 2-3 days and 1 day is $42.07. Better check your site. Kevin will be loosing business.

    It's still outrageous. No thanks.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    10/27/2015 11:05 AM

    I would try logging in. There should be three options with ground being the first. Again, there will be a higher cost for shipping on this because of the size, but the discount should bring it down to a more expected level.

  • John
    John
    10/26/2015 1:46 PM

    I am concerned that the mat has to be removed periodically to be cleaned. How often does it need to be cleaned? I cannot afford any downtime for cleaning. My house in Upstate NY cools rapidly and takes a long time to reheat to a comfortable temperature. Currently, I have an ash pan beneath the firebox that I can empty without burning the fire down.

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 2:16 PM

    @John

    Hello John, in field trials we performed in Ireland where they burn peat in ranges that are used to heat the house we had one user who never re-lit her fire for three weeks! The fine ash will drop into the collecting pan.

  • Terence
    Terence
    10/26/2015 2:04 PM

    Can this be used with a gas fireplace? Thanks, Terry

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 2:18 PM

    @Terence

    Hello Terence, I would not recommend using with a gas fireplace. It will not not improve the efficiency of burning gas fuel.

  • Terence
    Terence
    10/26/2015 5:59 PM

    @Kevin Many thanks, Terry

  • Cathy
    Cathy
    10/26/2015 3:35 PM

    Is this the same Firemizer offered by Microtex Products? It looks the same, and has the same name, but theirs is a couple dollars more expensive and is being offered for sale in a storefront called Unbeatable Deals on Amazon. Is it two different products?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    10/26/2015 4:14 PM

    Hi Cathy, yes it is made by Microtex, but I could not find the Unbeatable Deal you are referring to. We are offering Firemizer at the same price as everyone else.

  • Kevin
    Kevin – Special Guest
    10/26/2015 4:14 PM

    @Cathy

    Hello Cathy it is the same product manufactured by Microtex Products but clearly being sold above the RRP of $29.95 - so their UNBEATABLE DEAL is in fact beatable!

    We, MICROTEX PRODUCTS sell at the RRP as do The Grommet.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.