First-rate fire starters- Pack sawdust into paper muffin cups, above, or a cardboard egg carton. Melt paraffin wax or old candles in a double boiler, pour over the sawdust and allow to cool. Slow-burning when lit, these hotcakes make great starters for a fireplace or campfire.
Toilet paper rolls stuffed with lint. Works best if lint is comprised primarily of cotton fibers. Add a glop of petroleum jelly to really fires things up quick. Good for camping, brush burning, or anytime you are in a pinch for something quick. If tucking away somewhere, don't forget matches, flint, lighter, or skill to produce spark from wood friction, etc.~Carey
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