High Luster Reflective Fire Glass Gravel,Fire Gems,Fire Drops,Fire Glass Pebbles Stones Beads Chips for Fire Pit Fish Tank Aquarium Succulent Garden Decoration,17-19mm,335g/0.78lb (Sky Blue)
Color: Sky Blue
High Luster fire glass are used highly productive technique and process made with perfect transparency. and it made with highly tempered that could be beared exterme terperatures of fire.
Speacilally manufactured could be provided continuous reflective shine and bright.
High quality fire glass are non-toxic, non-radioactive and completely harmless for use.
Well-package in a plastic jar. and it can be easlier to carry and store.also can be used repeatedly.
They can be used to decorate the home and garden flower pots, to mark paths and walk way or as a border for plant beds or ponds.They can be applied to pool, bar, vase decors, fish tank and Aquarium
Details: To decorate you home with the colorful fire glass. High luster reflective tempered allow you enjoy the shine and bright.It would be taken the happiness and smile when seeing the stunning color. Our fire glass is richly colored to attract on indoor and outdoor decoration. Also it could be beared extreme temperatures of gas and propane on the fire place and fire pits due to the highly tempered and heat-resistant. The fire glass can be used to decorate the home and garden succulent pot, and mark the pathswalk way or as a border for plant beds or ponds.They can be applied to pool, bar, vase decors, fish tank and Aquarium.Also it can be used in a DIY art work and craft making. The fireglass was well-packaged in a plastic jar to make easier to carry and take. Tips: To calculate how much glass you need: For rectangular or trapezoidal fireplace/fire pit: 1) Measure the width across the center of the firebox (in inches). 2) Multiply the result times the depth (inches) from the front to the back. 3) Divide the result by 20.5 4) Multiply the result by the number of inches high you would like the glass (which should be at least enough to cover the top of your burner.) 5) The result is the number of pounds needed (approximately).