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  • Laura Wilkins

    Kick-start a fire with citrus peels. Leave orange or lemon peels on the counter for several days to dry out. Then use the pretty pieces as kindling in your fire pit or bonfire for a fragrant flame starter. Great idea!

  • Brenda Smith

    ORANGES AS FIRE STARTERS! So peel some oranges and leave the peels on the counter for a few days so they can dry up. Then use the peels as fire starters. Plus, it smells pretty good! #Camping #Outdoors

  • Karen Henry

    Never Throw Out Citrus Peels – Ideas Of What To Do With Them » The Homestead Survival

  • Lorie Atherton

    Citrus Peel as Fire starter ~ Kick-start a fire with citrus peels. Leave orange or lemon peels on the counter for several days to dry out. Then use the pretty pieces as kindling in your fire pit or bonfire for a fragrant flame starter.

  • Heather Mann: Dollar Store Crafts

    New Uses for Old things from @Real Simple - this picture: citrus peels for fire starters

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