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Survive and Learn How to Start Fires in the Wild One of the cheapest methods of starting a fire in the wild is with the use of homemade Vaseline cotton balls because they guarantee a fire even in adverse environmental conditions. Have you tried using well-known and commercially sold survival fire starter kit such as EverStryke Pro and Ferro rod? There are many ways to start a fire in the wild like using tinder, and sawdust mixed into paraffin was and pressed into sticks, chips, cubes, paper cup, or mini logs. Experienced wild goers use tinder because it can guarantee to produce flame and hold a durable flame even in adverse weather conditions. Although corrugated cardboards which are rolled into cylinders and soaked in paraffin can start a fire, they don’t spark from a fire steel and they are bulky and heavy. As compared to other homemade fire starters, making a Vaseline cotton ball only takes you 30 seconds to make it. Just throw some sparks into your Vaseline-filled cotton ball and it will surely give you a tall and strong flame that keeps going and going with its long-lasting fire. You’ll be more impressed if you try testing your Vaseline cotton balls with water and wind tests. Get your money’s worth from a tiny and lightweight Vaseline-filled cotton ball fire starter, and have a strong flame for about four minutes. Even if you drop a Vaseline cotton ball in a glass of water, you’ll be surprised upon pulling it apart, that the inside has dry fibers that can be ignited to produce a flame, and that is because Vaseline is oil-based, making them waterproof. Once you apply some spark, the Vaseline cotton ball will start burning, and it doesn’t stop, thus making them fairly wind-resistant. What many people love about Vaseline-filled cotton balls fire starters are their size and flexibility, not taking any space at all since they can be easily stored in a snack-sized Ziploc or a film canister. A must have survival item is the Ferro rod or also known as the fire steel that only takes a cotton ball to set a fire for only thirty seconds, while Vaseline cotton balls are made of jelly petroleum that can provide a strong flame of up to four minutes. When you light a Vaseline cotton ball, it melts and burns, and you essentially have a candle with the cotton ball acting as a wick. You need two ingredients when making your Vaseline cotton balls fire starters such as petroleum jelly and cotton balls. Get a jumbo-sized cotton balls without artificial fibers (100% cotton) and 100% petroleum jelly to make an effective Vaseline cotton ball fire starter. Scoop a Vaseline into a snack-sized Ziploc bag, put some cotton balls, zip it up, and knead the Vaseline into the cotton balls.What No One Knows About Gear

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