DRYER-LINT FIRE STARTER

The Family Handyman - - HANDY HINTS -

To build a fire prop­erly, you need to have tin­der (easy-light­ing ma­te­rial), kin­dling (fin­ger-size sticks) and fuel (logs). We all have a ready sup­ply of tin­der: dryer lint. To make fire starters, I stuff empty toi­let pa­per tubes with dryer lint. My lint “logs” light quickly and burn long enough to ig­nite the kin­dling. And I don’t have to re­sort to lighter fluid! RYAN FRANZA

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