Char cloth is something that is used as a way to convert sparks into fire using the flint and steel method of creating fire. By charring natural material, the charred material will easily catch a spark. You then can blow it into flame using a tinder bundle.
I made this video in follow up to a video I made regarding using a Mora Bushcraft Black knife as a flint striker. You can check out that video here: http://youtu.be/Jil0DWVfQOY
In this video I take you through a process by which you can easily make char cloth using a few simple and cheap tools you probably already have laying around the house.
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Intro music for this video was written and recorded by myself.
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