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Great video and it imparts some fun into learning. I had the impression that the "kissy" cotton ball would last longest as it was more akin to a candle. I was thinking that for ease of lighting, and if you had no matches or lighter, but DID have a 9 volt battery and steel wool, you could add some steel wool to your vaseline impregnated kissy candle and carry a couple. Just a thought. Keep making videos.
great idea!!!! Thanks. I may give that a try.
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