Instructables: exploring - outside - camping - fire - starter Mon, 6 Jul 2015 02:14:56 PDT BLOX v1.01 Cotton Ball Fire starters
Cotton Ball Fire starters - More DIY How To Projects]]> cdubois5 Add Vaseline to cotton balls for a longer lasting burn than normal cotton balls. Materials Several cotton ballsVaselineStorage container Grab Cotton Ball null Smear Vaseline On It null All Done You can't tell from the picture but the cotton ball has Vaseline on it.
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Sat, 31 Jan 2015 08:54:16 PST
DIY Fire Starter
DIY Fire Starter - More DIY How To Projects]]> ThatGuy9080 This fire starter can last up to 5 minutes and 24 seconds, with and averaged out 4 inch flame height for most of the burn but going up to a 5 inch flame height, it is perfect for scouting/campouts and is guaranteed to start your fire!!! (click the video down here) Gather Your Materials You will ...
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Fri, 30 Jan 2015 09:09:10 PST
Pinecone Campfire Starter
Pinecone Campfire Starter - More DIY How To Projects]]> shootr With the purchase of our beautiful little teardrop camp trailer, the dear wife and I have begun the outfitting and preparations for our first trip to christen it.I am not a firestarting expert - seems like it is always hit or miss - so I decided to make some campfire starters to bring along to make ...
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Sun, 19 Oct 2014 14:54:41 PDT
Easy DIY Free Fire Starters!
Easy DIY Free Fire Starters! - More DIY How To Projects]]> mbridwell Save Your Dryer Lint Save your paper towels and toilet paper cardboard as well as your dryer lint. Stuff the cardboard with dryer lint! Twist the ends.Use in your campfire for a perfect starter log for FREE!
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Wed, 9 Jul 2014 10:14:45 PDT
Simple Fire Starters
Simple Fire Starters - More DIY How To Projects]]> MohawkMarine SO if you have a family anything like mine you will have a few things laying around that can be used to makes a fire starter for those that fire doesn't spring from their finger tips. I am kind of a pyro, but the wife isn't so i made these to make it easier for her. -Egg Cartons (I used the 18 coun...
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Tue, 30 Jul 2013 13:34:01 PDT
Camp Fire Starters
Camp Fire Starters - More DIY How To Projects]]> redart3k If you're camping - you want to make the venerable camp fire. Normally, you gather twigs, leaves, pine needles - anything flammable to use as tinder to start the fire. Maybe it’s been raining all week and everything is soaked to of depth of several miles into the earth's crust and you'd have a bette...
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Mon, 3 Jun 2013 02:57:22 PDT
How to Make a Cotton Ball Fire Starter
How to Make a Cotton Ball Fire Starter - More DIY How To Projects]]> MakerCL This is a very useful fire starter that you can use on camping trips, in your fire at home, or anywhere you choose!  They will burn from 2-3 minutes depending how much Vaseline you put on and the size of your cotton ball. Gather Materials You will need: 1 cotton ball (per fire starter) Some Vasel...
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Wed, 9 May 2012 19:54:29 PDT
Cotton Wool Ball and Petroleum Jelly Firestarters
Cotton Wool Ball and Petroleum Jelly Firestarters - More DIY How To Projects]]> jazzguitar1963 I've seen different ways to make firestarters from cotton wool and Vaseline (petroleum jelly). This is the quickest way I've found and makes excellent firestarters that keep for ages and burn for about 6-7 minutes. You’ll need: - Cotton wool or cotton wool balls - Vaseline (petroleum jelly) - Sauce...
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Fri, 20 Apr 2012 01:37:07 PDT
Valentine Fire Starters
Valentine Fire Starters - More DIY How To Projects]]> pezzasaurus These make perfect gifts for: That person who has everything, Outdoor enthusiasts, Wood stove owners, or ANYONE who enjoys summer BBQ's but doesn't like the hassle  of getting the grill going. They are very simple to make and require very few supplies. Who doesn't like, easy,thrifty, and practical g...
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Thu, 2 Feb 2012 13:21:54 PST
Make Your Own Fire Place Starters
Make Your Own Fire Place Starters - More DIY How To Projects]]> iamkeebler This is a simple and cheap gift idea for anyone with a fire place or outdoor fire pit. All you need is: News paper Lint from your dryer Hemp Pine cones Optional: Dried herbs (I used dried orange peel & whole cloves) Take one full sheet of news paper and on one corner add 2 pine cones. In betwe...
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Thu, 22 Dec 2011 19:46:32 PST
The Last Firestarter axiomaddict Well.. here it is... The last fire starter you will ever need.  Simple. Reliable. Effective. Items required for maximum efficiency... 1 paper towel 1/4 c salt or sugar 3 inch piece of butchers twine 1/2 c oil zipper or slide lock style bag once all components have been acquire...
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Fri, 24 Jun 2011 15:15:13 PDT
1 Minute Duct Tape Fire Starter
1 Minute Duct Tape Fire Starter - More DIY How To Projects]]> outofyurworld In this Instructable, you will learn how to create a fire starter like pictured above. This should be practically free for all of your materials and should take less than a minute if you try. If built right it should stay lit for seven minutes!!!! Gather Materials Materials- -Duct Tape (The...
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Thu, 16 Jun 2011 15:25:49 PDT
Making Waterproof Fire Starters
Making Waterproof Fire Starters - More DIY How To Projects]]> Reg from Cadillac, MI These are old-fashioned Boy Scout waterproof fire starters, like I used to make as a kid (and Scout).  I'm now in my 31st year of active Scouting, and I teach this to new leaders. What you will need: Stove top or hot plate Double boiler, or a metal bowl that fits inside a pot Cardboard (NOT FOAM) e...
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Tue, 7 Jun 2011 16:31:17 PDT
Dead Simple Camp Fire Starter
Dead Simple Camp Fire Starter - More DIY How To Projects]]> 1teaney This all may be very common knowledge, but I thought I would share anyway. I've seen lots of camp fire starting products online and in stores. Some look promising, some don't. So in true Instructables fashion I figured I would just make my own. This idea works off of the old trick of starting a fire...
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Thu, 14 Apr 2011 15:18:46 PDT
Waterproof Dryer Lint Fire-Starter
Waterproof Dryer Lint Fire-Starter - More DIY How To Projects]]> At29035ft  How to make your very own waterproof dryer lint fire-starter, for free. Using only household items you can make a 1 oz waterproof fire-starter that burns for 15 minutes.  It's perfect for camping, backpacking, or even your backyard fire pit.  No need to buy fancy fire starter logs, here you'll nee...
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Thu, 8 Apr 2010 23:33:16 PDT
Emergency Campfire Starter
Emergency Campfire Starter - More DIY How To Projects]]> bizydad I went camping and found myself 10 miles from the nearest camp store and with wet logs (thanks to a sudden storm). I had neglected to bring any lighter fluid and needed to find a way to get a campfire going. I began to scavenge our supplies for what i could find, knowing I needed some form of oil ...
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Thu, 27 Aug 2009 18:09:48 PDT
Waterproof Emergency Fire Tinder Bundle (video demo)
Waterproof Emergency Fire Tinder Bundle (video demo) - More DIY How To Projects]]> thatoneguydavid I have never had to make an emergency fire and I hope you will never have to either, but it is always good to be prepared. This instructable describes how easy it is to be prepared with a Waterproof Emergency Fire Tinder Bundle. There are several steps to making this tinder bundle, but they are ea...
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Sun, 21 Jun 2009 11:39:42 PDT