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FIRE STARTERS.


Dried-out tea bags dipped in kerosene are another safe way to start a fire. Better than pouring kero and standing clear of the flame whish.

Could have been listed previously.

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Jay&Dee



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Have done same but with diesel ('cos that's what we carry).

By far the best fire starter I've ever used is spinifex.

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I was recently offered a box of left over hand sanitiser, a few squirts make excellent fire lighter.



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dried orange peel is an excellent starter fuel

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Electric Vehicles :)

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I like using egg cartoon, I find breaking them up is a great way to get the fire burning.



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We use Jiffy's, and two sticks.

I make sure one of them is a match.

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Strips of rag in sealed container of diesel, pull 1 out each time, burn nice and slow

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