Starting Fires with ExtremeStart FireStarters
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As the cold weather moves in and the fireplaces start to heat up, finding a way to save a few headaches and a little time can help us all when starting a fire. While would I love to say that I can start a fire with ease every time, but we all know that it would be a lie.
The ExtremeStart Firestarters by Pine Mountain are individually wrapped firestarters that make starting a wood burning fire a breeze. There are times where the cold weather or wind get in the way of effectively starting a fire which tends to put a damper on my confidence of starting a fire. Having used the ExtremeStart Firestarter the last few times when starting a fire has been super easy. You pretty much place the small packaged firestarter under the wood you want to light on fire and you’re set. Light the packing, make sure it stays lit and the fire is on autopilot until you need to add the next log.
This especially comes in handy as you things get busy around the campfire or around the house. I know I’m not the only one in saying my life is super busy, so if you can find something that is going to make like a little easier and it will save me a little time, I am all for it.
Uses: These firestarters are odorless and can be used for indoor or outdoor fires including outdoor fire pits and indoor fireplaces. On other websites I have seen that you can use them in your smokers and grills, but I would stay away from that, odorless or not.
For the price of a couple coffee’s at Starbucks($6), you can get a 12 pack of the ExtremeStart Firstarters at Home Depot which is a no brainer in my book.