with the end of the world coming you might just need a steady source of light and heat.
*I am not responsible for anything you do with the information provided in this guide ... not that you couldn't figure this out on your own or anything ;)
Step 1: Supplies
*Has to be 100% cotton (or Kevlar ) materials such as cotton blend/polyester/rayon ect will melt when heated up and cause huge problems (think melted plastic 1-3 degree burns ! )
Step 2: Wrapping the Torch
Now fold it width wise until its about seven inches wide, and staple one end to the stick with a few staples
*You can use wire or wire mesh to affix the cloth instead of staples ( I used staples cause I had them and it took the least time to use) Do not use zip ties unless they are metal core. (the wire mesh will also help keep the ash together when the wick starts charring.)
Step 3: Tightly Wraping Torch
the tighter you wrap the wick the better it will hold up during burn time.
Step 4: Soaking the Torch
any dry portions of the fabric will result in charring and early failure due to burning of the wick material.
Step 5: Lighting the Torch
*pro tip ! light from the tip of the torch and let the flames do the work by tilting the torch.
Step 6: Now Go Crazy , Not Too Crazy
it's a great tool for lighting stubborn bonfires.
Be very careful using in enclosed spaces as an open flame can not only pose a fire hazard but also puts you at risk for carbon monoxide poisoning and even death .