Reviewing the Mingo Ultimate Firewood Marker
As much as I love cutting firewood, I hate measuring and marking firewood. Yet, I’m obsessed about a neat, orderly stack of firewood. Isn’t it ironic? Don’t ya think?
So I started searching for the easiest, quickest, most efficient way to mark firewood. My goal was to put away my measuring tape and chalk and get on with the cutting.
What I found was the Mingo Ultimate Firewood Marker. This plastic tool uses a can of inverted, landscape paint to accurately mark your cut points at 14″, 16″, 18″, and 20″-24″. It really is handy. Here’s the scoop:
- Works in snowy / wet conditions
- No measuring tape
- A little pricey
- Unhandy (a little clunky)
- Risk of getting paint on you in transport
All-in-all, I’m sold. Use the link below if you want to see the current price.
The Mingo Ultimate Firewood Marker on Amazon.com: