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Use this simple design to turn any two containers into an efficient wood burning stove. Using an old paint cans might have adverse effects on your health. Use ...
One oil paint can One multi tool One size smaller tin can Good pair of gloves Sharp axe Maybe some gasoline, if you're hard up for time
You'll first need a lighter or some way to start the fire, and a multi-tool of some sort
An old pant can with old paint(Not used) Using an old paint cans might have adverse effects on your health. Use old chemical cans at your own risk.
The types of cans I will be using Trace or eye the size of hole need to be cut
Use the right tool for the job
Punch holes in the paint can so the smaller can will fit snug.
Open the smaller can on both ends with the can opener. Make re burner holes with tool to inject smoke into the heat of the flame. Clean tool ...
Punch out all tin with tool and/or tool and fit the two pieces together.
Admire the snow fall
Push the two cans together flush
Hard toe working boot Eye wear, and a good pair of gloves are usually a good call.
Chop up some wood. and blaze it up.
Tin will burn up after a few good fires, the same design can be applied onto stainless steel containers.
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