A compact and waterproof firestarter with an integrated ignition source. These easy to make fire starters are perfect for survival kits, or simply for those hard to light campfires. The total burn time for these “all-in-one” firestarters is between 4-7 minutes (depending on match size and amount of material used for the wrap); more than enough time to start a fire in adverse conditions such as wet and cold weather. A windproof (or “storm proof’) match can be substituted for this application to allow for an increased initial ignition time. Other accelerants or tinder may be used for the wrap as well; such as jute twine or cotton pads. The potential variations are many.
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