Starting a fire, whether you are shivering in a camp, stuck out in the wild or even just starting a wood stove in the morning to fight off the chill and cold, can be a challenge if you do not have the right tools.
In most cases where a fire is desirable or paramount for survival, one of the toughest challenges is getting and keeping a fire lit.
This is particularly true if you do not make your own fire with any regularity.
That makes tinder one of the most important elements to starting a fire and the longer it burns your kindling the better your chances of success!
This method uses old toilet paper tubes, drier lint, and paraffin to create a long-lasting, slow-burning “fire log.”
Check out the video on the next page to see how it is done.