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Proudly Made in America 🇺🇸
Compatible with any of our Smokeless Fire Pits or Any other Fire Pit
🔥 Simple to Use
- Gets into Smaller Tight Spaces, where other Shovels may not Fit
☑️ Included Hand Broom
Handmade from Palm Fibers & Copper Wire
☑️ Hand-Rubbed Finish
Provides a Lasting Finish to Withstand the Elements
☑️ Light & Easy to Store
Convenient Hole and Loop- Easy to Hang & Store Away
☑️ More Add-on Accessories Available
Upgrade your Fire Pit Experience- Add a Fire Pit Grill, Lid or Heat Shield
Made to Order- Ships in 1-2 Weeks
Details- We've introduced our Entrada Fire Pit Ash Shovel and Handmade Broom to assist our Smokeless Fire Pit owners to clean up the remaining ash left over after a burn. With its minimalistic sleek modern design, this is sure to look right at home stored next to your Entrada Smokeless Fire Pit and is a must-have for any fire pit owner! Each Ash Shovel is is hand-rubbed with our "Good ol' Fashioned Metal Rub" to provide a safe and natural finish. This will help to protect the raw steel from moisture and is designed to delay the natural rusting process.
We recommend cleaning out the ash from the bottom of your fire pit at minimum every 1-2 burns to avoid unecessary ash build-up. Ash build-up can cause the airflow in the bottom of the pit to be blocked, which in turn can cause a fire to smoke more. The best way to remove the ash from your fire pit is to use the Entrada Ash Shovel or a vacuum designed for removing ash. Always allow sufficient time for the ashes to cool before attempting to remove them!
Available Options- Upgrade your outdoor fire experience even further with the addition of one of our Fire Pit Heat Shields, Fire Pit Grills, or Fire Pit Lids today. Our Smokeless Fire Pits and accessories are proudly made right here in Western Colorado.
Compatible with any of our Smokeless Fire Pits or Any other Fire Pit
Shovel: 4"W x 7"L x 2.25"H
Hand Broom: 3"W x 6"L
Total Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Materials: Steel, Copper & Palm Fibers
Proudly Hand-Crafted in Colorado
All Fire Pit Accessories are Handmade by skilled artisans right here in Western Colorado. No assembly lines... just passionate people doing what we love the most!
U.S. Sourced Steel
Supporting your Local and National Economy helps American Families and Neighborhoods to Thrive.
Handcrafted by Real Artisans
Attention is in the Detail, this is what you can Expect when Ordering your Fire Pit Accessories. We do not push Quantity like other Shops.
Premium Cerakote™ Finish
Each Fire Pit Ash Shovel is Prepped and Finished in a High Temp Cerakote™ Ceramic coating.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Often Should I Clean Ash out of my Smokeless Fire Pit?
We recommend cleaning out the ash from the bottom of your fire pit at minimum every 1-2 burns to avoid unecessary ash build-up. Ash build-up can cause the airflow in the bottom of the pit to be blocked, which in turn can cause a fire to smoke more. The best way to remove the ash from your fire pit is to use the Entrada Ash Shovel with broom or a vacuum designed for removing ash. Always allow sufficient time for the ashes to cool before attempting to remove them!
How Durable is the Cerakote™ Finish?
All of our Fire Pit Ash Shovels get fully sandblasted and professionally finished in a durable black ceramic coating called Cerakote™. This premium high-temp coating is good up to 1800 degrees fahrenheit and is commonly used on high-end fire arms, top fuel dragster exhaust headers etc. to avoid corrosion, and provide a longer life for the protected product.
How do I Clean the Cerakote™ Finish on my Fire Pit Ash Shovel?
NEVER use a scraper, scratch pad or sharp object of any kind to clean your fire pit ash shovel, as it could scratch the coating off and expose the bare metal beneath. We recommend only using a mild dish soap and the soft side of a sponge, and it should clean up nicely for you.
Are Entrada Fire Pits Truly Smokeless?
While we can't guarantee that our fire pits will never produce any smoke, you can be assured that, with the proper steps, an Entrada™ fire pit will produce significantly less smoke than a conventional wood fire pit. To achieve a smokeless fire, it is very important to take the proper steps when building the fire. The amount of smoke produced depends greatly on the quality and dryness of firewoods used and how well the fire is built. For tips on how to build a smokeless fire, check out our article How to Build a Smokeless Fire.
How do Entrada Smokeless Fire Pits Work?
Entrada™ Smokeless Fire Pits work through a double-wall secondary combustion design, with the help of our 360 Inferno Airflow™ technology. Once your fire is burning efficiently and some hot embers are generated, the heavy gauge bottom burner plate and inner fire pit barrel will climb in temperature. This increase in temperature causes the air between the two walls to super heat and rise. This pressurized and heated oxygen is released into the fire pit through the line of holes around the inside rim, mixes with any remaining smoke and creates the secondary combustion called reburn and virtually eliminates the pesky smoke we have all grown to hate.
Can you Give me Some Tips for Building a Smokeless Fire?
The key to achieving maximum smoke reduction is a very hot fire spread evenly throughout the fire pit. Moving hot coals toward the outside wall will be helpful as well. This will provide more heat in the double-walled air chamber, which in turn will provide a more aggressive air current up through the air chamber, forcing that secondary combustion which is essential to making a fire smokeless.
Please note that adding bigger logs to your fire can cause the fire to burn cooler, so start by using smaller pieces then slowly adding bigger logs as the fire builds in heat. As for stacking the wood, our best recommendations are as follows: Start by adding fire starter or dry shreds of paper or cardboard. Then, surround the fire starter with small pieces of kindling or dry twigs. Once the smaller pieces of kindling are burning well, carefully add larger, split logs (3-4" in diameter) one at a time. We recommend stacking the wood perpendicularly in a log cabin style. Also be sure that your wood has been dried sufficiently before attempting to burn.
How far Away From a Structure Should the Fire Pit be?
Entrada does not have a set policy on the distance of placing a fire pit from a structure. However, we recommend that all fire pits should be at least 10-20 feet away from any structure or combustible surface. Always refer and adhere to the local regulations in your area and check the weather forecast before lighting a fire. Entrada's fire pits are no more or no less hazardous than traditional fire pits so all regulations for outdoor fires would apply.
Do Your Products Have a Warranty?
Entrada™ holds a limited lifetime warranty on all Smokeless Fire Pits and Accessories. This warranty covers any workmanship or material defects. However, this warranty does not cover normal wear or misuse. See details on our warranty page.
Why Choose Entrada?
✅ Made from Thick Gauge Steel- Stands up to Everyday Use
✅ Premium American Steel- Will Never Rust Through or Fail
✅ Burns Less Wood while Radiating More Heat Outwards
✅ Can be Left Outside in the Elements
❌ Uses Thin Materials- Dents Easily, Tends to Always Break
❌ Cheap Chinese Steel- Prone to Impurities & Rusting out
❌ Eats up Your Wood Pile- Most Heat is Generated Straight Up
❌ Needs put up Inside After Every Burn
How much do I pay for Shipping?
We work hard to give our customers the best value on our handmade products. This is why we offer FREE SHIPPING on every order to the lower 48 states. Hawaii and Alaska customers, your shipping charges are calculated during checkout.
Do you offer Local Pick up?
Yes! If you are near Grand Junction or Fruita, CO you are more than welcome to pick up your order at our warehouse.
Do you Ship International?
No, sorry we only ship inside of the United States at this time.