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These things work really well. However, this one is less than a year old. They just don't hold up. I used mine with candle wax fire starters. I ...
Get old candles. I get mine from friends and family and Goodwill stores.
I use an old pot we found that was missing the handle. We use a hot plate to heat it indoors. It smells great.
Cut the egg crates into bowls.
I used saw dust here. You could also use dryer lint or cotton balls, shredded paper etc....
Dip the whole bowl into the wax. After it's dried I dip again But, I'm sure you don't have too. They are now water proof fire starters that ...
I use these things for many different things. They work so well I knew it was all I needed to start the charcoal without lighter fluid. I used ...
Clean the bottom of most the ash.
You will need the wax fire starter close to the charcoal grill grate. I used a rock.
Place the starter on the rock and light. Don't worry it will burn way longer than needed to get the coals going.
Replace the rack that the charcoal sits on. The best part is once there lit you don't really need to move or transfer them. They are already in ...
Stack the coals directly above the wax fire starter. They will light! Without lighter fluid.
Once they are hot you can spread them around to however you wish.
Replace the grilling grate and your done. You have reduced, reused, and recycled!
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