Survival Stove Can

Introduction: Survival Stove Can

Reducing Its making environmental sense to reuse products,example is turning off your faucet when you brush your teeth to same water. Reusing is using something again or more than once, example of reusing is reusing a water bottle multiple times.Recycling is a series of steps that takes a used material and processes,and is used as a new product, example of recycling is making paper into something else.Reusing is very different from recycling. Instead of carefully discarding items that can be recycled to make new products, reuse involves using the items in another way, when their primary use is finished.

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Step 1: Products You Will Need

All the products you need is two soda cans, match sticks, cotton balls (about 5 or 6), rubbing alcohol and box cutter or scissors. this project uses stuff that is common around the house, so this cost me $0.00

Step 2: Cutting the Cans

Cut both soda cans about one inch from the botton

Step 3: Making the Hole That the Fire Will Come Out of

Take one of the bottom cans that you cut before, and make about 5 or 6 holes in the middle of the can and all the hole you an get on the outside of the can

Step 4: Putting the Cotton Balls on the Can

Take the cotton balls the you have and put about 5 or 6 in the can that does not have any holes in it.

Step 5: Putting the Cans Together

Put the can with the holes in the can with the cotton balls (the cans will not fit in each other, so you have to cut a little flap on the side of the can with the holes, from bottom to top)

Step 6: The Finish Product

Light that bad boy up and start making some stew.

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    5 years ago

    you never said what to do with the alcohol or charcoal lighting fuel.


    5 years ago