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Why pay upwards of $2.50 per fireplace starter in the store? I'll show you how to make your own in just a few simple steps, for next to nothing.

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You will need wax. I use these boxes of drippings from an old job making candles. You can use candle stubs, old crayons, etc.
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These things are great! The only problem is that if you have cats or dogs in the house then the lint smells like burning hair.Been there,done that got the tee shirt.Other than that it is a great idea.

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