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  • Deirdre Michelucci

    Swedish Log Candle. 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 , great for Christmas.

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