The fire glass pits provide a surprising twist to the standard fire. They use glass rock Campfire, available in any store fireplaces and fire pits supplies, to make a fire bright in almost any color. The fire pits are particularly interesting glass wells used in modern design such as a long narrow hole next to a pool or a fire pit indoors with ventilation installed in the bedroom in addition to the midst of a living room. The effect is more refined and cleaner looking than the flat lava rock is suitable for any vessel equipped with natural gas or propane gas.
1. Empty and clean the fire glass pits.
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2. Fill the bottom of the fire pit with 2 to 3 inches (5 to 7.5 cm) of sand for construction.
3. Add lava rock, either whole or crushed, in the interior of the fire on the top of the sand but on the gas burner, until the rock reaches 2 inches (5 cm) in the top of the pit. Replace the burner on top of the lava rock.
4. Fill in the last 2 inches (5 cm) of space available inside the fire glass pits for campfire with a glass to cover the gas burner. Use the bonfire in normal mode.