Thursday, November 17, 2011

Fatwood: To Start a Fire

A nifty product at CoolTools:

This winter, I've solved the problem with the discovery of "fatwood" firestarters: small sections of resin-rich pine (most commonly from the longleaf pine Pinus palustris) produced from stumps. They just work: criss-cross two of them, light them and they will quickly catch and burn long enough to get the big logs going. They work every time. They smell good, they're inexpensive and they're sustainable. They come from existing stumps and the Fatwood company plants three trees for every one they use. Start a cozy fire faster with a clear conscience this winter.

3 Comments:

At 8:22 PM, Blogger Kurt Harden said...

I absolutely love fatwood. It smells great and gets that fire going.

 
At 6:17 AM, Blogger Michael Wade said...

Kurt,

There's something impressive about stuff that works.

Michael

 
At 3:49 PM, Anonymous Tyler said...

I love the stuff! I had not idea what it was until I found it. It has made fire starting such an ease!

 

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