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This is a very simple tin can heater and cocoa maker that takes about 30-45 minutes to make. I am not responsible for any and all injuries fire is no...
This project requires a hammer,nails,soup can, soda can, and a dremel.
To start simply take the hammer and flatten the top of the can. Then use the nails to make a hole for the chimney
Start by cutting the can in half. Then take the bottom and sand around the sharp edges this will be our cup. Take the top and cut it shorter and mak...
Set the burner on the base and fill the cup with water then put in cocoa mix start the fire. Use the fire to stay warm along with the cocoa to keep y...
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