Lava rocks have many uses and benefits that people are starting to see:
Barbecue Lava Rocks
When lava rocks are used in barbecues, they reduce fat fires whilst enhancing the smoky flavour of a delicious barbecued meal. Just make sure that you replace clogged up rocks with a fresh new layer of lava as this will
- improve the heat distribution
- Improve the heat of the cook
- Use less gas
- Get rid of any nasty smells
- Reduce flare-up
Chimineas and fire pits using Lava Rocks
Using lava rocks in a Chiminea insulates and protects. It is simple to do, just place a layer of rock into the potbelly of the chiminea and then build your fire on top. This protects the clay from direct heat and adds another layer of insulation to generate more heat from your chiminea. The rocks can also be used in a smoker, check out The Smoker Guy's website for more information.
Lava rocks are fantastic in fire pits. Functionally, fire pit lava rock provides a semi-permeable barrier that protects fire pit burner components from the elements, facilitates the even distribution of flame and the resulting heat, and shields the gas burner from direct exposure to the surface flame. Cosmetically, lava rock is a clean, low-maintenance, durable, and natural-looking fire pit surface media that retains its natural colour under a combination of high-heat and potentially harsh weather conditions.
Lava Rocks for Mulch on the garden
In addition, they can also be used in the garden as mulch. The lava absorbs the heat during the day and releases it at night and is excellent for weed suppression. It also slows the evaporation of moisture from your soil. Lava Rocks are available in Ton bags by request, Please get in contact for a quote: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aquarium Lava Rocks, Using in ponds, aquariums, and fishbowls
The lava rocks are also ideal for freshwater ponds, aquariums, and fishbowls as it helps to remove Nitrates and improve the quality of the water. They are also very decorative.
Dimensions of the lava rocks
Each rock is between 2-7cm / 20mm- 70mm (may vary)
2kg bag will cover APPROX 35cm x 25cm