How to Maintain The TURBRO Pluto R19 Stainless Steel Fire Pit

Many customers have praised the TURBRO Pluto R19 Fire Pit for its ease of use and stylish design. One customer wrote, "I was hesitant to purchase a wood-fueled fire pit, but the TURBRO Pluto R19 Fire Pit has exceeded my expectations. It's completely smoke-free, so I can enjoy the warmth and ambiance without worrying about the smoke bothering my guests."

The TURBRO Pluto R19 Fire Pit is a fantastic addition to any backyard or patio. However, if you want your fire pit to last for years, it's essential to take proper care of it.
Here are some tips for maintaining your stainless steel fire pit.

Remove Ashes and Debris

Over time, ashes and debris can build up in your fire pit, leading to rust formation and other issues. After each use, remove any ashes or debris from the fire pit. Use a shovel or tongs to scoop the ashes and dispose of them in a fire-safe container. Once the ashes are removed, wipe down the fire pit with a soft cloth to remove any remaining debris.


Clean Regularly

Stainless steel is known for its durability and resistance to corrosion, but that doesn't mean it doesn't require cleaning.
Regular cleaning will help keep the fire pit looking its best and prevent rust from forming. Use mild soap, warm water, and a soft cloth to remove any dirt or debris from the surface. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or steel wool, as they can scratch the surface and lead to rust formation. After cleaning, rinse the fire pit thoroughly with clean water and dry it with a soft cloth.


Protect from Humidity

While stainless steel is resistant to rust and corrosion, protecting your fire pit from humid environments is still a good idea. If you live in an area with harsh winters, frequent rain, or near the sea, consider using the included waterproof storage bag to protect the fire pit from moisture and other environmental factors. A polisher can also be used to polish the surface of your fire pit if needed.




In conclusion, maintaining a stainless steel fire pit is relatively easy as long as you follow the proper care instructions. Regular cleaning, protecting from humidity, and removing ash and debris will help your fire pit look its best and last for years. By taking these simple steps, you can enjoy your fire pit for many memorable evenings with friends and family.


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