Preparedness Project - A Bucket of Charcoal!
Today's Project is FAST and EASY . . . It's a Bucket of Charcoal Briquettes! You Will Need: 1 or 2 5-Gallon Buckets with Lids 1 to 2 Bags of Charcoal Briquettes and The Printed PDF I haven't been able to confirm an expiration date anywhere for the briquettes. I would recommend using them within 5 years, but if you have different information than I was able to find, please let me know! The Document below says that Charcoal properly stored can last Indefinately! Charcoal Document PDF: Charcoal…
8 Household Items That Could Save Your Life
Chewing Gum and a battery can be used Fire Starter - Use the foil-backed wrapper to short circuit an AA battery and create a flame. First, tear the wrapper into an hourglass shape and touch the foil to the positive and negative battery terminals. The electrical current will briefly cause the paper wrapper to ignite. Use the flame to light a candle or tinder.
Make Your Own Fire Starters - Mom Prepares
I am the worst at starting a fire. There. I admitted it. My husband constantly scoffs at my attempts to start a fire without his assistance and it drives
Better Sterno Alternative
Better Sterno Alternative: How you pack for the outdoors depends on how you intend to spend your time exploring nature. Packing light seems to be a common goal of campers, hikers and survivalists. Most also agree that it’s wise to have a compact way to cook a meal, boil water…
Homemade Fire Starters. 3 Ways to Make Them.
How to make homemade fire starters that'll get your fire crackling immediately. 3 different ways to make fire starters with lint, wax, sawdust, belly button lint ... whatever you have on hand. They'll start with one match and burn for 10 minutes. Skip right to the tutorials. Why go to
DIY Tabletop Fire Pit
How to Make a Tabletop Fire Pit with a planter, rocks, and a chafing fuel cup. Use this easy tutorial to make a mini DIY fire pit for summer parties. You can make this tabletop fire pit for under $5 using supplies from your local dollar store.
Bio Fuel Briquettes, Compress Paper Pulp and Sawdust Into Fuel Bricks.
Bio Fuel Briquettes, Compress Paper Pulp and Sawdust Into Fuel Bricks.: Project: To find a use for the large amount of sawdust produced from wood turning sawing firewood etc, the 2 choices had was to dunp / compost it or burn it. loose sawdust can be burned in a wood burner but can easily kill the fi…
Paper Bricks - Free Fuel From Recycled Paper
Paper Bricks - Free Fuel From Recycled Paper: Even those who try to go paper-free still have lots of paper around the house. This is especially true if you are a student. Recycling is a great way to dispose of it, but why not turn it into something that you can use and enjoy. …