Wood Products 9910 Fatwood Box, 10 Pounds

November 13, 2014 - Comment

It is made from splitting the stumps of pine trees that contain a high concentration of natural resin. This organic, 100 percent natural resin allows the fatwood firestarter to be started with a single match and gives a sustained flame. 10- Lb. Box of fire starter wood 100 percent natural, with no chemical additives. Wood

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It is made from splitting the stumps of pine trees that contain a high concentration of natural resin. This organic, 100 percent natural resin allows the fatwood firestarter to be started with a single match and gives a sustained flame. 10- Lb. Box of fire starter wood 100 percent natural, with no chemical additives. Wood cut fromnon-endangered, non-rainforest, non-living trees. User friendly. Safe, clean, and non-toxic. Indoor or outdoor use. Indefinite shelf life. Not affected by moisture and can be started with a match, even when wet. Scs certified. Suggested use barbecues, campfires, wood stoves, fire pits, pellet stoves, chimineas, coal stoves, fireplaces.

Product Features

  • Fatwood box
  • Made from splitting the stumps of pine trees that contain a high concentration of natural resin
  • 100 perent natural
  • No chemical additives
  • Not affected by moisture and can be started with a match, even when wet

Comments

Kimberly E. Beall "Sleepy Maggie" says:

Best Deal on the Best Fire Starter I’ve tried every kind of fire-starter out there and always keep coming back to fatwood as being the best, easiest to use, and definitely most environmentally responsible. It contains no petrochemicals – just good-old pine resin. It’s “made” by leaving pine stumps standing for a few months after harvesting the trees, so that the resin in the roots moves up into the stump. The stump is then split and cured awhile before being packaged – by the time you get it, it’s dry and volatile and lights…

MERCY & ME "Cindy O" says:

Given as a Christmas Gift I have a wonderful male friend who is 86 years young and he learned to start fires from the BoyScouts many years ago. I would go visit him and he would as if I would like a fire? That question indicated that he would like one and so I always said “yes.” Then the Boy Scout battle would begin. EXCEPT, generally all he had was wood, most frequently Dry Wood, but sometimes quite wet.He would have no Tinder, no twigs, no small branches, no medium ones, or larger ones. Just Logs. You use what…

Jilly says:

Excellent value 0

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