Earth Log is an environmentally friendly, fire-starting log. The log is made out of just two ingredients—scrap paper and candle wax. This differs from most fire starting logs, which can be made out of non-environmentally friendly chemicals and have a foul odor. The makers of Earth Log claim that the log is both good for the earth and smells great. They come in a few variants, including a citronella log that keeps the bugs away. The product is made with locally sourced ingredients in the USA. In the end, Lori made a deal with Earth Log.
Earth Log seems like a good product, but it’s really hard to tell. I hate the smell of normal fire starting logs, so anything that can improve upon that is great. I hadn’t realized that other fire starting logs were bad for the environment. Remedying this is great. However, during the pitch there was no talk about how the log operates at actually starting fires. Does it burn a long time? Is it easy to light? If it isn’t either of those, it’s not really worth buying. And without knowing those two keys facts, it’s hard to give an endorsement.