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In this Instructable, you will learn how to create a fire starter like pictured above. This should be practically free for all of your materials and should take ...
Materials- -Duct Tape (The Best Stuff on Earth) -Dryer Lint (Can be collected from a dryer, not a lot needed maybe 1/4 cup) -Char Cloth (5 or 6 ...
Rip or cut a 6" piece of duct tape.
Roll up duct tape with a diameter of 1.5". Make sure the sticky side is on the outside. Shove lint into roll of duct tape.
Cover outside with Char cloth.
If you don't have a flame source, then spark the char cloth and blow on it until it ignites. If you have a flame source, then light a ...
Now you can build another one and really use it in the wilderness. By the way, this one stayed lit for seven minutes, well long enough to start ...
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