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Friday, January 9, 2015

Make Newspaper Logs For Your Fire


Step One: Roll dry newspaper
There is no need to roll up the newspaper around a pipe because the newspaper isn't soaked and doesn't need to be rolled as tightly. Roll the newspaper just like you would a sleeping bag.
Step Two: Tie string around the ends of the rolled newspaper log
This is simply done in order for the paper to stay rolled up tightly when it is soaked.
Step Three: Soak newspaper logs
Place newspaper logs in a bucket of detergent mixed water and leave for 3 days so that the log will soak evenly.
Step Four: Dry out logs for two to three days.
The logs shouldn't be completely dry, you want them to still be a little bit damp so that they won't burn as quickly.

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