A spark applied to cotton wool, a cotton bud, a tampon/sanitary towel, or just a price of fluff found in your pocket, will often generate a flame – but that flame is short lived. If you also find a lip balm or chapstick (vaseline) in your pocket or bag too – then you have a way to turn a few seconds of flame into a longer and stronger flame.
So if you are expanding your survival skills; discovering how to build fires in all conditions; how to start fires without a lighter; how to light a fire without matches; or how to start a fire with no source of flame – then this video might give you some rare inspiration. Whether you are making fire with unusual tools and tips, or learning how to light a fire with just heat – then this video features a wealth of footage to help you.
If you are interested in developing unusual survival skills or discovering how to build fires, how to start a fire without a lighter, how to light a fire without matches, or how to start a fire with no flame – then this video is for you. Whether you are making fire with unusual tools and tips, or learning how to light a fire with just heat – then this video features a little-known survival and fire-lighting tip.
Learning how to make fire from various things you may have on you or may be able to find in everyday life is a survival trick to be developed.
If you enjoy this video – watch my other ones on how to build exceptional tinder bundles, or how to make great fire-by-friction fires, as well as my other tip videos.
If you are going to practice these ideas and skills yourself – please watch my videos on safety, first. Keep yourself and others safe AT ALL TIMES.
FIRE SAFETY: https://youtu.be/DaOGgio3VAY
KNIFE SAFETY: https://youtu.be/zRuCry3c2R0
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