Vertical campfire? Try our Swedish Logs Candle's - just insert a fire lighter,few dry twigs onto the top of the log and light. A 2ft x 12" diameter log will have a burn time of approx two hours.A great idea for campfires or driveway torches ,keep bugs at bay great for Christmas Halloween and Bonfire night.
The Swedish Log Candle - This is great for camping. You could also have it at a party to roast marshmallows over. Survivaltek tells how to make it. Would probably be pretty cool looking on the patio as long as you put it out before it burned all the way to the concrete.
Interesting: Making an upside down fire. It’s a cleaner burn with far less smoke and better combustion, gives off more heat, needs less tending and uses the embodied energy in wood more efficiently than the tipi-esque fire method.
Dryer Lint: This is the best fire starter out there! I keep a little pot on the shelf by our dryer and anytime I clean the lint tray I just add it to the pot. Then when I am packing the wood back up, I refill our lint bag. Its such great fire starter!
This is the quickest and best way to start a fire in adverse conditions. Take a small square of foil, a cotton ball coated with Vaseline and fold the cotton/vaseline soaked ball into the foil in a small square. When you need to start a fire, cut an X in the packet, twist out a small amount of cotton into a wick and strike a spark to it with your StrikeForce striker. Lights first time, every time. It will last up to 10-15 minutes depending on how much vaseline you put in the cotton. Make…