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Turn a regular log into a raging inferno!

<p>DO NOT USE GASOLINE. It is not safe because it gives off dangerous fumes. You can, however, use diesel for this.</p>
<p>I thought this might have been a variation on a log candle ... the kind made with chainsaw cuts. I'm curious to know how long these things burn and what is left after they have &quot;burned out&quot;.</p><p>Your log jet looks like it requires a continuous forced draft and won't burn without it. Is that correct? If so, it is a very cool novelty, but not a practical item for camping, let's say.</p>
Once you get it started and running for a while, it will run slowly on its own draft, like the candle version, but at a slower burn rate. You could add a 12-volt mini blower, like the kind used to fill air mattresses, to boil water fast. My design was not really for camping, but more for melting glass or aluminum.
I want the instructions lol so that I am use with coal for forging, I believe I understand how it works but always want to verify
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I don't see any instructions or explanations. can someone forward it to me. thanks
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