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One Easy Trick To Quickly Build Fires Wherever You Go


Check out this nifty fuel source that you can make in your very own backyard. It’s called “char cloth”, and it’s god’s gift to survivalist.

Char cloth, aka charpaper, is a swatch of fabric made from vegetable fiber, like linen or cotton, that has been converted into a slow-burning fuel of very low ignition temperature. It can be ignited by a single spark that can in turn be used to ignite a tinder bundle to start a fire.

Because char cloth ignites with even the smallest spark, you can used with a flint and steel.

Here is how you can make it yourself: