InstaFire Campfire Starter

Aug 31, 2016

Category: Living

Let’s face it, lighting a fire for a campsite is difficult, if not impossible, in certain weather conditions. And for those who don’t have extensive experience in the art of fire building, the frustration surrounding this necessary element can ruin a camping trip. Thankfully for those without the same outdoor prowess as Les Stroud, there’s Insta-fire, a safe, simple and versatile product to quickly start fires despite weather conditions. It’s as easy as dumping the package contents, and tossing in a lit match. Insta-fire boasts water resistance, a 15-minute burn time and 30-year shelf life.

Unlike other fire starters, Insta-Fire features the same reliability minus the harmful chemicals and vapors, making it an environmentally-friendly option for any outdoorsman facing less than ideal weather conditions. It can also be used for charcoal briquettes or as a safe fuel source for cooking or during emergencies. Order sizes range from 5-gallon long term storage to 1/2 cup single use packets depending on your fire-starting needs and frequencies. [Purchase]

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