What is a Stanley cooker?
Solid Fuel & Woodburning Each Stanley solid fuel model combines classic good looks with durability and efficiency, and can run on a wide range of solid fuels. With three models to choose from, and heating, hot water and cooking options available, Stanley range cookers are in harmony with today’s busy lifestyle.
How do you clean the top of a Stanley cooker?
How do I clean an enamel surface?
- Wipe over daily with a soapy damp cloth, followed by a polish with a clean dry duster.
- For stubborn deposits a soap impregnated pad can be carefully used on the vitreous enamel.
Where are Stanley cookers made?
Stanley Stoves Stanley are Ireland’s leading stove company. Manufactured in Waterford since 1934, these stoves are designed and built to the highest standards.
How heavy is a Stanley cooker?
Can you burn coal in a Stanley stove?
Stanley are renowned for their solid fuel or multifuel stoves. Our solid fuel stoves can burn anthracite, coal, smokeless fuel, seasoned peat briquettes and dried wood and come in cast iron and steel models. A solid fuel stove or insert is an economical and efficient way to keep your home warm and cosy.
What can I burn in a Stanley stove?
Stanley are renowned for their solid fuel or multifuel stoves. Our solid fuel stoves can burn anthracite, coal, smokeless fuel, seasoned peat briquettes and dried wood and come in cast iron and steel models.
Why is my Stanley stove smoking?
Inadequate ventilation is another common cause of wood burners smoking in your room. Your stove needs plenty of air to draw in to feed the flames and keep the air flow pressure stable. If you had a vent installed, make sure it isn’t blocked.