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Evidently, camping stoves are an essential benefactor in the outdoors. Charcoal stoves are great for various outdoor activities from camping to mountain climbing to just relaxing outdoors.
Materials: 1. A food can of any sort (sizes may vary) 2. Steel wire (mine was roughly a millimeter thick) DO NOT USE COPPER WIRE LIKE I DID 3. Charcoal ...
Placing the wires across the can's diameter, use the wire cutters to cut pieces that measure approximately a centimeter or more longer than the diameter on both sides. ...
The can, for ventilation purposes, was incised with three large holes towards its bottom. For the top, using a vice, I drilled holes about an inch apart large enough to ...
Once straightened, the STEEL wiring may be placed across the top of the can through the holes. Doing so with multiple wires should create a spiderweb-like structure with the ...
To remove the wires, unbend the ends and pull them from their positions, leaving an open can. Once filled with charcoal, the wires may be slid back in ...
This lightweight stove is great for the outdoors. I think that it benefits camping trips with the versatility to cook small meals such as hamburgers or even marshmallows. ...
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