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$9.88 Kingsford 18.6 lb. Charcoal Briquettes (2-Bag)-4460031239 - The Home Depot

Homedepot offers Kingsford 18.6 lb. Charcoal Briquettes (2-Bag)-4460031239 - The Home Depot for $9.88 (orig. $19.87) with free store pickup.

Product Overview:

Tailgating with friends, picnicking with family and relaxing in the backyard are just not the same without good barbeque. With our featured Sure Fire Grooves, these deep, wide and long grooves mean the briquets light easier and heat faster, while burning just as long as before. As always, each briquet is made with natural ingredients and real wood, resulting in the authentic smoky flavor that Kingsford has long been known for. Make every day a grilling occasion with Kingsford Charcoal Briquets.
California residents: see   Proposition 65 information

  • Easy to light Kingsford charcoal briquets with sure fire grooves are ready fast and burn long
  • Lights 25% faster and lasts longer compared to other brands
  • Sure Fire Grooves have edges for quick, easy lighting
  • Twin 18.6 lb. bags of Kingsford charcoal briquets

Category: Sports & Outdoors

Posted on 30 March 2017, 03:54 AM
Maggie
posted by Maggie
30 March 2017, 03:54 AM
Woody
Woody 31 Mar 2017, 11:52 AM
As I purchased three bags (maximum of 5), I made plenty of friends offering to bring the beer once the steaks were done!
Josh
Josh 30 Mar 2017, 3:10 PM
Oh I was making a Hank Hill joke....I'll see myself out
MR. Clutch
MR. Clutch 30 Mar 2017, 1:45 PM
The International Fire Code Local Ordinance Amendment Section 308.1.4 reads as follows: 308.1.4 Residential Barbecue Pits and Incinerators. No person may construct, erect, install, maintain or use any incinerator or barbecue pit or burn any combustible material to constitute a fire hazard by the use or burning or to endanger the life or property of any person. Residential barbecue pits, hibachis or other cooking appliances utilizing charcoal, wood or gas as a fuel may not be stored or used on any balconies of residential occupancies, on other combustible balconies, within five feet measured horizontally from any portion of a combustible building, or within fifteen feet measured along the shortest distance if the pit is located below any portion of a combustible building. Exception: Detached one- and two-family dwellings. The intended interpretation of this ordinance is as follows: No barbecue pit of any type other than electric is allowed in or on any multi-family residential balcony or apartment;
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