I found some really neat old gas logs at a garage sale, back from ?1950's. I have a wood burning fireplace with a gas hook-up. The logs sit on the gas line and there are small holes in the logs, they are hollow. We got them lit, but it appears the holes are probably dirty and they don't stay lit. Can you give me some pointers re cleaning them and any other tips about safely using them? Thanks Jody
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