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1. Aaltoids or metal container 2. Hammer3. Nail4. 100% cotton cloth5. Fire fuel / supplies 1. Sticks and branches or coals 2. Matches 3. Fire ring / grill ...
For the tin prepping you will need to punch a hole in the top if the tin so the smoke and flames can escape.For the cloth you will ...
For my fire I use sticks, twigs, dried plant stems and sunflower stems.
After making the fire you'll need to let the tin set for about half an hour. Or until the smoke and flames stop coming out of the hole.
When the tin stops smoking and the fire dies down you can get a pair of thick leather gloves and open the box up. You will need to ...
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