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  1. Is there anyone who uses the ash produced by pellet stoves and has experience on its use? I'm wondering if there are any problems using this ash: I got the impression that the ash is coarser than the fireplace ash. Actually the real difference is perhaps that the ash from the pellet stove is fine and fairly homogeneous but has few very thin particles: it seems fine, because there are not big pieces of coal but perhaps the really thin particles are missing because of the forced stove ventilation. Once washed, the ash from the pellet stove is more difficult to filter and remains darker, sometimes almost black. Is it possible that this aspect gives problems? Can it be solved in your opinion with some adjustments on the stove? First photo is wood ash from fireplace Second photo is from pellet stove The red and blue effect in the photos is a camera fault.
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