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Here are my absolute favorite fire starters.They take a bit of work to make but they can make lots of fires during your endurance trek through the woods. ...
1.) Remove excess wood with the fine blade I try to go with the grain whenever possible, but it's not required. Simply slide the fine blade along the ...
2.) Cut them to about hand width using the dremel and cutting wheel Pretty self explanatory. You can also use a knife with serrated edge or a hacksaw.
3.) Time for some jute twine Start by crating a loop, it needs to be a bit longer than the piece of fatwood. There are many ways you ...
4.) Wrap your tool (The fatwood of course) Start at one end, wrap to the other end (Tightly), then wrap back again to the starting position. You can ...
To use: 1.) Unwrap the Jute twine and cut off approx 1 inch of Jute. 2.) "Fluff" the Jute to expose more fibers and create a larger surface ...
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