Light My Fire Tinder on a Rope Fatwood Natural Fire Starting Material (Approximately 6 x 1 x 1-Inch)
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- All natural - high resin content wood
- Lights even when wet
- Easy to light and produces an extremely hot flame
- Natural product varies in size and weight. Approximately 6 x 1 x 1 inches; 50-70g
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I use fatwood as a secondary tinder. Especially if you're using a ferro rod, there are much better tinders to get a flame. Fatwood takes a substantial pile of VERY fine scrapings to get ignited. If you're trying to light a fire with a match or open flame, Fatwood is outstanding. It catches quickly, burns hot and long, and is unaffected by moisture. If you're looking for a tinder to pair with a ferro rod, there is nothing better than cotton balls soaked in petroleum jelly.
I carry a drilled ferro rod on my keychain with a striker and small aluminum capsule filled with PJ cotton. Hasn't failed me yet. ALSO, TSA doesn't give it a second look.
I thought it would be handy to have in my go bag. Scraps off easy, lights easy.
Just another back up type tinder to have along in my fire starter kit.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got this along with a Swedish firesteel army and it works great for my backyard bbq's. I also keep one in my emergency bag. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Fareed Rajack
I got two of these to tryout on a three day hike. Made smallish piles about a dime in width and piled like a pyramid. Got spark and had FIRE. Read morePublished 2 months ago by James Mann
Really??? Piece of scrap wood on a rope? Get real. The price better be for the rope. Get this: