What dad doesn't love a good campout? Whether you gather around a firepit on your porch or build one with dry logs and kindling, the summertime is the perfect season to get together with loved ones near a warm fire.
Follow the instructions below to build Something to Start a Fire for the next time you need some delicious s'mores (stay tuned for next week... we'll show you how to make those)!!
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Homemade Fire Starter
1 cup melted paraffin
1 cup sawdust
12" jute twine
1) Carefully melt paraffin wax (paraffin is commonly used for canning food in jars).
2) Mix 1 cup melted paraffin with 1 cup sawdust (strangely this creates only 1 cup of fire starter mixture but that is perfect for one Something mold)
3) Before it hardens, place a piece of jute twine in for a wick to help light the starter.
Note: In a pinch, you can use dryer lint instead of sawdust!
Submitted by Capps Family, Boise, ID
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