Earthlog Enters the ‘Shark Tank’: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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Earthlog, a company that makes scented logs made completely of recycled products, enters the Shark Tank on November 21.

Heavy interviewed owner Thomas Sanetti.

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1. Just 2 Ingredients Are Used

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The logs consist of clean waste paper and scrap candle waxes.

Their packaging contains no plastic either.

They meet fire safety standards and can be used outdoors and indoors.

2. They Just Launched a Holiday 3-Pack

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The new, festive logs are meant to fill your home with comforting aromas for the holidays.

The package include the scents, Pumpkin Spice, Natural Pine and Vanilla-Berry.

To buy the Holiday 3-Pack, click here.

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3. It Burns Hotter Than Wood

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This is accomplished because since wood has moisture in it, which prevents it from giving off as much heat.

Since Earthlogs consist of paraffin wax, they exude more heat.

4. They Smell Good

Since they use scrap waxes for the logs, they are able to give off such scents as Sweet Rose, Very Berry, Potpourri and Fresh Cut Grass.

Companies landfill scented wax that they cannot use and Earthlogs get them.

“When a candle manufacturer makes a batch of wax that was supposed to be, say raspberry, but comes out smelling like schnozzberry, they might have landfilled that wax. Now we take those waste waxes and put them into Earth-logs,” Sanetti explained.

5. He Worked on It for 4 Years

Sanetti and his team perfected the logs through much trial and error.

He explained, “We have tried several different formulas to get that perfect log. There have been several different variations that we have made, not all them worked out. There has been a lot of trial and error, heavy on the error side. But the products we are making today are the best ever.”

Interested in Earthlog? Read customer reviews and buy products here.

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