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DIY Fire Starters for Camping - You begin with an empty egg carton, add old dryer lint, and cover in wax. You just let the wax dry, break them into 12 individual cups, and light the cardboard corner to start your fire.

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Wad up your old dryer lint and stick it inside a toilet paper tube. Simple fire starter!

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DIY Fire Starters for Camping - You begin with an empty egg carton, add old dryer lint, and cover in wax. You just let the wax dry, break them into 12 individual cups, and light the cardboard corner to start your fire.

DIY Fire Starters for Camping - You begin with an empty egg carton, add old dryer lint, and cover in wax. You just let the wax dry, break them into 12 individual cups, and light the cardboard corner to start your fire.

homemade firestarters...they last about 10 minutes, plenty of time to start a fire.

Best fire starter ever from recycled materials! - Scouts now recommended to use saw dust from natural wood and mix it with wax and put in into a cardboard egg container. Break off a section and you have more natural fire starter without all of those toxins from laundry lint.

Simply roll a piece of newspaper  very tightly, bend it in half and then twist it tightly together again.  Martha recommends using a piece of twine to secure the ends, but I found that if you twist it tight enough, it stays by itself.

"Things you need when you go camping" ... OK. Some good ideas. Worth a look.

DIY grill fire starter with used crayons, dryer lint, briquettes, egg carton and newspaper wrapped with twine