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    if youre camping, rub petroleum jelly over a bunch of cotton balls. then store in ziplock bag. then when your ready to make a fire pull a few cotton strands out then place under your wood then light your cotton ball. instant fire starter. good to know for fire pits too.

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If youre camping...Rub petroleum jelly over a bunch of cotton balls...then store in ziplock bag..Then when your ready to make a fire pull a few cotton strands out then place under your wood then light your cotton ball..instant fire starter ----- Good to know for fire pits too! :)

If youre camping...Rub petroleum jelly over a bunch of cotton balls...then store in ziplock bag..Then when your ready to make a fire pull a few cotton strands out then place under your wood then light your cotton ball..instant fire starter ----- Good to know for fire pits too! :)

If you're camping, rub petroleum jelly over a bunch of cotton balls and then store in ziplock bag. When your ready to make a fire, pull a few cotton strands out then place under your wood then light your cotton ball -- instant fire starter.

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