Here’s a short video showing how to make a very easy fire starter. This is a variation on the standard “cotton ball with petroleum jelly” fire starter. Lots of folks will just roll cotton balls around in petroleum jelly – this will definitely give you a functional fire starter, but there is a way to make them burn much longer. By liquifying the jelly, and then dipping the cotton balls in it, you get a cotton ball that is completely impregnated with the petroleum jelly. This makes it burn much longer (literally 20 minutes of a good, solid flame). This is especially useful if your primary source of fuel is damp – you need a good, solid, long-burning flame to dry the fuel out. It’s easy and cheap. Hope this helps.
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