How to make your own Fire Starters for FREE

I love free things.  Especially free things I can use.  So I don’t know how many of you will use this, but if you are a prepper, just plan for emergency preparedness, you go camping a lot or you are a scout leader this is great for you to know.

All you need is used dryer sheets and lint.  Most people have an abundance of this!  🙂

Take your dryer sheet and put some lint in the middle. Roll it up lengthwise and then tie the ends in a knot.  (I double knot it.)








That is it!!  Easy and Free!!  Doesn’t get better than that!  Then you just use it in place of traditional fire starters.


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3 Replies to “How to make your own Fire Starters for FREE

    1. In field craft, it is considered a “fire starter.” While you are correct in that it does not provide the “spark” to light the fire. You would be considered a NOOB if you said that in a group of experienced outdoors people.

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