Sunnydaze Firewood Log Cart QX-FLC Review 2021| Best in price

If you use a wood stove as a regular way to heat your home in winter, moving firewood could turn into a tedious and unpleasant job especially if your main firewood pile is 100 feet or more away from your home. You may have a wood rack by the door, but you still need something to carry firewood from there to your hearth, needless to mention the trips you need to make between the main woodpile and the rack by the door. A wheelbarrow is not the ideal solution for moving your firewood anymore, because you only use it outdoors. You need something that you can use both outdoors and indoors. That’s where the Sunnydaze Firewood Log Cart comes into play. You can use it as a log cart as well as a log rack by the hearth.


The Log cart doesn’t come assembled. But assembly was fairly easy except for aligning the holes for different frames. But they did align after trying a little. The fully assembled log caddy felt durable. It wasn’t wiggly like other log cart we had used.

Design and features

Sunnydaze Firewood Log Cart QX-FLC

Sunnydaze Firewood Log caddy is made of tubular steel and 10-inch rubber wheels. It’s 43 inches long, 21.5 inches wide and 26 inches deep. It weighs 21 pounds. The size allows it to hold about 1/8 face cord of wood. We will discuss more on that in the performance section.

The 10-inch rubber wheels felt sturdy and strong enough to carry the load. Because the wheels are made of rubber material, so, the odds of leaving mark on a wooden or tiled floor is low. However, the bottom of the steel frame doesn’t come with any rubber or anything. So when let it sit on the floor, the steel frame may scratch it. You might want to place a rubber mat on the floor where you want to put this rack to avoid any scratch or mark on your floor.

The wheels in this cart are placed further forward allowing it to tilt easily. However, this also causes the rear frame getting in the way when moving it up the steps especially if the height of a step is 6 inches or more.


Sunnydaze Firewood Log Cart QX-FLC Review

Sunnydaze Firewood Log Cart is very easy to move and steer. It is easy to pull around and push around. Also, It is easy to tilt even when fully loaded. This log cart can actually hold about 1/8 face cord of wood. With such load, it gets a bit difficult to move it, especially in the yard. We recommend filling it up 3/4th, which is still 20 to 25 pieces of wood depending on the size. This way you can tilt, move, steer, and take it up the steps more easily. However, if height of a step is more than 6 inches, the rear frame tends to touch the steps even though it features 10-inch wheels.

Even with those flaws, Sunnydaze QXFLC makes moving firewood a relatively easy task. It can be steered and moved around even when fully loaded. The logs don’t fall down when stacked properly. It doesn’t wiggle. And it doesn’t leave floor mark on wood or tiled floor if handled carefully (not letting the steel frame touch the floor). You can leave it by the hearth for ready stock of firewood at hand thus eliminating clutter. It has a sturdy built and should last a long time. For more information check the manufacturer’s website.


Moving firewood with Sunnydaze Firewood Log cart is easy and efficient. It is easy to tilt, move and steer. You can take it up the steps if the steps are low in height (less than six inches). It is not wiggly like many other log carts in the market. You can use it both outdoors and indoors, and use it as a log cart as well as a log rack by the hearth. It is a good log cart and an affordable one. Besides these, If you also interested in a log splitter you may check our Best log splitter here.

Sunnydaze Firewood Log Cart QX-FLC Uses


Nice design, lower weight, but sturdy. Doesn’t wiggle. Easy to tilt, move, and steer. Can be used as a log cart or a log rack. Eliminates clutter on the hearth. The wheels don’t leave mark on wood or tiled floor.


Taking it up the steps when fully loaded is difficult. Also, the rear frame tends to touch the steps when pulling it up. It sits on the wheels and the steel frame; the steel frame can scratch the floor.

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