This is really not a toilet papercraft so much as a way to use those toilet paper rolls and lint from your dryer. I know we all have plenty of both around the house.
If you have a fire pit or maybe you are social distancing on a camping trip, you can help start a fire with this homemade firestarter.
Don’t mistake this for the fire starters you can purchase, the ones we are making are used in conjunction with small sticks and other kindling. Basically just a way to save on matches.
HOW TO MAKE A TOILET PAPER FIRE STARTER
Are you ready for this high skill level craft?
- Collect lint from your dryer.
- Stuff the lint into your paper towel or toilet paper roll
- Place in a Ziploc bag if camping to stay dry
- Set up your fire with plenty of sticks and kindling.
- Light the Firestarter!
OTHER HOMEMADE FIRE STARTERS:
Waxed Paper & Dyer lint
Did you know that Waxed paper burns fantastic on its own? But if you also wrap-up dryer lint or sawdust on paper, twisting both ends of the paper to hold the contents it will burn even better.
Crazy as it seems and you may not want to eat another chip. The greasier the better when choosing which snacking chip will burn the best.
COTTON BALL AND PETROLEUM JELLY
A typical cotton ball slathered in petroleum jelly burns strong for about four minutes.
What other camping tips do you have?