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Newspaper Log Roller

Item #17409900
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Our newspaper log roller will give you a way to use up those old newspapers in a useful and constructive manner. Tightly wrapped newspaper burns slowly and provides extended periods of heat.
  • Insert folded edge of paper into slot and start winding
  • Once started, keep adding sections of newspaper until log is desired size (3¼"OD maximum)
  • With practice a log can be rolled in about 5 minutes
  • Pull center rod out of log to remove
  • Attractive bronze and black painted cast alloy and sheet metal, wood handle
  • 23"L x 7½"W x 13"H, 8 lb
  • Imported
Note: Paper logs should not be used in a catalytic stove as the ash will damage the catalyst.

Customer Reviews of Newspaper Log Roller
Product Rating: 3.5 out of 5.0(4 reviews)
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- 1/3/2013
said: Anonymous User
"This roller is easy to use - gives a great sense of satisfaction knowing old newspapers will be heating our home now rather then stacking up and waiting for a trip to the recycle center! Yahoo!"
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- 12/20/2011
said: Sam
"Got this gadget for my father, a man who has everything but refuses to get rid of anything because he claims it all has a use. Now all of the boxes of leftover newspaper become efficient starter logs for the woodburning stove the folks use to heat the home and I don't have to walk around boxes of the daily news."
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- 1/21/2012
said: Bill
"Roller works but handle attachment is poor. Needs some beefing up."
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- 2/17/2014
said: Zoey
"I was so happy to find this product but am returning it ASAP. You need great patience. BAR handle is too short. It is difficult to roll a tight log and even if a looser one is rolled it is quite a task to get it off the bar it is rolled on. I find that I can do a rather good job of rolling a log by hand. The wetting of the ends is messy but does help getting them to stick together. With practice getting the sheets to roll evenly might be accomplished. I order a lot of products from Lehman's and have never returned any thing else. "
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