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These are easy to make waterproof'ish fire starters. They can get wet, but won't light under water. MATERIALS:Mini muffin panMini muffin papersChainsaw saw dustA candleAn old potAn empty ...
Strip and clean an empty soup can. Then pinch one side to make a spout. I also got fancy and clamped the side so I could hold the ...
Put the muffin pan on a piece of wax paper. This can be messy. Fill each muffin spot with a muffin paper. Then fill each muffin paper with ...
I use an old sauce pan. I bent the sides with a pair of vice grips to form slight spouts. This helps to keep it from spilling as ...
This is the tricky part. Gently pour a small amount of wax over the saw dust. When the wax is hot it will foam up at it hits ...
This is the easy part. Just let it cool to room temp. After they cool, put them in the freezer for about 20 minutes. This makes it much ...
I keep all the tool and part together on a cooks sheet. That way when I need to make I just grab my kit and head into the ...
Just light the paper edge and you're all set. They will burn from 9 to 11 minutes. This is usually plenty if time to start a fire. We ...
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