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Lightning Nuggets N50VBOX Firestarters Box of Fire-Starting Nuggets, 50 Count
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- 50 fire-starting nuggets for quickly starting any fire, indoors or out
- Non-toxic and environmentally safe; pine scented; unlimited shelf life
- Made of pitchwood sawdust and food-grade paraffin wax; no residue left behind
- Only 1 needed; no need for newspaper and kindling or messy lighter fluids or gels
- Measures 10-1/5 by 5-1/5 by 4-4/5 inches
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Top Customer Reviews
These nuggets seemed to be too small and too light to match that performance. But they are at least as good as my previous fire starters, needing no kindling to start fires in my stove. I place two split logs parallel to each other with an inch or two between them where I place one of these fire starters. On top of these I place one or two more split logs at an angle. So far only one fire starter has been all I need to get a good fire going.
*** Update 1/20/2012 *** I've now used these while camping in addition to in my woodstove. And they still consistently start a fire with little or no kindling. They burn long enough to start reasonably dry split logs which are properly stacked. Once in awhile I've needed two but usually one is enough.
These things are really nice. They take a little while to get lit while holding them, but once lit they don't go out and they burn a really long time (at least 10 minutes, seems like more). They smell just like candles when you light them which is nice (no chemical smell).
The shape is really smart too. The half-sphere allows you to light the "edge", tilt it down a little to make sure it is caught, and then set it round-side-down. You can't smother the flame this way.
Because the wood I'm using isn't totally dry, I usually require one to get the kindling started and then another later to get it roaring. But it sure beats the heck out of running through all that newspaper and cardboard! And with dry wood you would have no problem getting it roaring with just one.
Great product, great price.
1. Scoop a line of ash from the middle of the stove (for air circulation)
2. Add a single nugget and light it
3. Add a log behind the nugget; in front of it and one diagonally across the top (careful not to put out the nugget)
4. Leave the stove door cracked for the first 10-20 minutes
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These work great. Will start even stubborn starting wood. Suggest buying the larger box which is double the amount for only a few dollars more.Published 4 days ago by Prairie Gnome
Hi Amazonians! I just wanted to review this product.....to me it is not very good and does not come close to all the good hype here. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Soundsailor
These are working very well. They light quickly and really I have had no problems starting my daily fires with them in the Southwestern PA winter.Published 24 days ago by G B
These are AWESOME!! They start fairly easy. Its not an instant start by any any means. You need to keep a flame on it for a minute or so. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
These burn slow and hot and will light the biggest logs. I usually use two just to not concentrate the burn in one spot, but you could certainly get by with one using medium logs.Published 1 month ago by Quickdraw
Firestarters should not be hard to light. We have a fire daily and use lots of fire starters, these are the toughest ever to light. Read morePublished 1 month ago by my third baby