4 Directions Bushcraft Fatwood Pine Lighter Missouri Harvested Natural Waterproof fire Starting Pine Tinder

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Missouri fatwood or Pine lighter branches are 4DB hand picked and harvested by us from dead standing pine. This rich fatwood or Pine Lighter is the ultimate fire starting aid for any outdoor activity. It is naturally water proof due to the high content of pine resin within the wood making it a supreme survival fire starter. Shave or scrape off some into a pile and introduce a spark from a 4DB ferrocerium rod and you will have instant fire even when wet. You can also light this with a lighter or any fire starting tool. Fatwood is great for indoor fire place fire starter also. Comes with one cotton bag per 3 lbs. after that it is two cotton bags.

Survival Fire Starter Product Features:

1 lbs. Offered in 8″x10″ 4DB Logo 100% Cotton draw string bags.
1-3 branches are typically 1 lbs. all are slightly different due to natural wood.
Unprocessed and left in branch form for all your needs, bug out bags and packs
Excellent natural fire starter, water proof, catches sparks and lights easy
unprocessed for freshness and perfect for crafts or handle making

 


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