The Amazing "Fire Re-Starter"

Introduction: The Amazing "Fire Re-Starter"

Ever had a fire go out and want to restart it?  well, with this easy to make fire re-starter you can (about 90% of the time)!!!

Step 1: Gather Your Materials

First, get your materials:
1 piece of standard 8.5 x 11 piece of paper
7-8 pine twigs
12 (or so) matches
and some tape

Step 2: Add the Twigs

Next, put the pine twigs in a row in the middle of the paper.

Step 3: Add the Matches

Then put the matches on the twigs in any random pattern.

Step 4: Roll & Tape Together

then roll the paper onto a cylinder.  then tape the ends shut, and finally, tape the crevice. Also, you can add a "brand name" if you want to.

Step 5: Let It Work

After that, just put in on to the fire to re-start it.  It's also a great fire starter.  it should start/ re-start your fire!

Step 6: Additional Notes

Additional notes:
This one was not the best, i made a better one before.
You can also use a piece of kindling wood in the fire re-starter, but that's better if you want a fire starter.

Homemade Holidays Contest

Participated in the
Homemade Holidays Contest

Be the First to Share

    Recommendations

    • Pi Day Speed Challenge

      Pi Day Speed Challenge
    • Trash to Treasure Contest

      Trash to Treasure Contest
    • Sculpt & Carve Challenge

      Sculpt & Carve Challenge

    3 Comments

    0
    The Maestro
    The Maestro

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Green leaves are not particularly good at starting fires. It would be better to have brown, dry material. It's just going to make a lot of smoke without helping much.

    0
    MrSalvador
    MrSalvador

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Imsvv, there is a "be nice" policy for a reason. Some suggestions I would make is maybe use a more convenient packaging method and use something other than tape (plastic burns and is bad for the enviroment!) other than that, great 'ible. I didn't know evergreen twigs re-lit fires..