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With only a few "household items" you can make a torch that's relatively safe* that can last for up to an hour. with the end of the world ...
For this project you will need an piece of 100% cotton cloth* (I used an old under shirt) a sturdy stick or a scrap piece of wood a ...
the first thing you want to do is get a rag that's about twelve inches wide and roughly twenty four inches long Now fold it width wise until ...
You want to make sure you wrap the rag tightly around the torch so when it burns the rag doesn't fall off . to keep the rag taught ...
You want to soak the torch in the tiki® torch oil or kerosene about ten minutes or more before use to make sure all of the fabric is ...
The torch can be lit many ways including sparks or embers *pro tip ! light from the tip of the torch and let the flames do the ...
The torch can now be used for most any of your lighting and heat needs ! it's a great tool for lighting stubborn bonfires. Be very careful using ...
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