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Try out tinder in the middle of your fire bowl. Bear in mind, tinder are the small sticks, twigs, and leaves you're going to use to get your flames burning, so the easier it burns, the better. Stack your kindling on top of the tinder in a "teepee" composition. Make sure to leave a position on the side you're going to light
Pinecones make excellent tender,a little news paper on the bottom,two or three pinecones a few twigs and sticks,you want to get a bed of coals and then keep adding bigger would til you get the size fire you like.I also make fire starters out of paper egg cartons,sawdust and candle wax that work real well,they burn about ten minutes each.take the egg carton and fill each section with sawdust,then pour melted candle wax over sawdust in each section,let cool and seperate the sections,use one or two to get a fire started.
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