Light My Fire
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$4.49 - $5.99
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Although very lightweight, the container is not crush-proof and the Tinder Dust is not very good. It takes a lot of dust to get a good flame and is hard to light with a spark tool. For lighting the best tool is a lighter or match, i.e. a flame.
I now use cotton squares with one little fingernail sized dollop of Vaseline on each. I fold up (pre-vaselined) and store as many as I can push into a Coghlan's Plastic Match Box. I can use the striker on the bottom of the box and in two strikes I get a flame, 3 inches tall for 2 minutes.
Maya Dust is
a fire starter
made by Light My Fire.
It has an average rating of 1.5 stars (out of 5), based on 1 user review
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