If you do have a multi-fuel stove then it’s easier to come close to achieve this than if you have an open fire or wood burner stove. The reason for this because it’s not easy to achieve this by burning wood alone unless of course you keep adding fuel at regular intervals overnight. You will need to burn good quality coal or peat briquettes which we do now have available online. Simply add good quality smokeless coal like Excel or peat briquettes and close the top vent but open the bottom vent. I would not recommend burning coal on a stove that is designed to burn wood only but peat briquettes should be fine.
With the logs almost burning out simply add good quality smokeless coal like Excel or peat briquettes and close the top vent but the bottom vent.
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