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Fire pit made from a recycled drum from an old dryer.  My brother personalized it with his initial.  Cool huh?

Fire pit made from a recycled drum from an old dryer. My brother personalized it with his initial.

Looks like a repurposed dryer drum into a sideways firepit. The more I think about it, it's genius. Safer for windy areas, the fire gets more oxygen, you can sweep up the ashes, and best of all, it's recycled!

A Different Fire Pit From a Washing Machine Drum

Sideways firepit, interesting but I'm not totally sure how this is better than the upright version. A different Fire Pit from washer drum

A contemporary design, high quality hand-finished solid steel fire pit. Its features will complement many outdoor decors, both in winter and summer.This fire pit is also available with stainless steel barbecue grill grate. It comes with wooden handles and can be positioned in 6 different heights.This fire pit takes its name from a Mediterranean land which has been burning for at least 2500 years. Its shape is a reflection on nature's eternal recurrence with a central element of fire. This…

Personalised Yanartas Steel Fire Pit

Fire pit made from an old washing machine drum and two plow discs for the stand- Russ Erdman

Fire pit made from an old washing machine drum and two plow discs for the stand- Russ Erdman

Make Your Own Fire Pit With Just a Few Recycled Materials

Make Your Own Fire Pit With Just a Few Recycled Materials

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How To Build A Cool And Easy Fire Pit!  How to build an outdoor, homemade fire pit out of an old washing machine drum! It looks great and works fantasti

How To Build A Cool And Easy Fire Pit! How To Build A Cool And Easy Fire Pit! How to build an outdoor, homemade fire pit out of an old washing machine drum!

Homemade pit

Pinner says: Two and a wheel rims, old piece of flat steel and of pipe from from an old drive shaft. I welded 3 bolts on the right side of the steel plate to hang BBQ tools

I have seen tons of people using a washing machine tub for a fire pit, so I decided to give it a try.  I found a washer on CL for free and ripped it apart for the tub.  I still kept the old fire pit frame, just to make sure that no one accidentally touches it.  It's working good so far and puts out more heat than the old one did.  The holes in the side help with the heat and air flow, plus they look really cool at night.

I have seen tons of people using a washing machine tub for a fire pit, so I decided to give it a try. I found a washer on CL for free and ripped it apart for the tub. I still kept the old fire pit frame, just to make sure that no one accidentally touches it. It's working good so far and puts out more heat than the old one did. The holes in the side help with the heat and air flow, plus they look really cool at night.

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