If you have ever started a fire, whether it be in a fireplace, wood stove, or fire pit, you most likely already know that getting the fire started can be a bit more difficult than just laying wood on the grate and lighting it. It may seem silly but starting a wood fire can actually be tricky at times! Using firestarters can make it so much easier on you!

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Starting a fire without Firestarters

I heat primarily with wood and start many fires so I never like to be without firestarters on hand. My most recent experience of being without was just this past fall when it starts chilling off quickly here in Michigan. I got home from work and thought that it would be nice to stoke up the stove and give the heater a break. An easy enough task until I reached for my box of firestarters and it was empty. I gave it my very best attempt I even tried out some DIY fire starter ideas that involved things that I could find in my home like dryer lint, toilet paper rolls, and good old newspaper. They all burned but not nearly as well or as long as the fire starters that I am used to.

It’s much more convenient to come home, add wood, light a couple firestarters, and watch the fire take off. I did eventually get the fire started but it took much longer than it should have. I was very frustrated and I smelled like I had been sitting by a bonfire. So that is why today I am going to give you a friendly reminder to stock-up on firestarters before you end up in a similar situation.

Top Rated Firestarters

I will start with the ease of using them for every fire-starting occasion. They work great for fireplaces, wood stoves, coal stoves, camp fires, fire pits, grills, and smokers.

Next is Fatwood, which is often referred to as nature’s best kindling wood. Fatwood comes from the stump of the tree, which is filled with flammable tree resin, making it 100% all-natural. A little Fatwood goes a long way; it only takes two sticks to start a roaring fire.

Let’s move on to starter will burn for 20-30 minutes with about a with a 12″ flame. One starter can be broken apart to start multiple fires! Super Cedar Fire starters even burn when soaked in water!

So don’t be caught without firestarters and struggling to get your fire started. Get a roaring fire started with your favorite fire starters. From Super Fatwood kindling to dynamite fire starters, you’ll find everything to build a perfect fire right here at NorthlineExpress, Home of the Buy and Try Satisfaction Guarantee!

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