Tindercard

Tindercard

Product Ref: 00743.   Military Style - New
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  • 18 cards (3 x 20cm)
  • Weight: 174g
A flammable piece of paraffin impregnated material which when pulled apart shows its fibrous nature producing an excellent complement to a flint and striker. Once ignited it burns slowly like a candle, helping to easily start fires. Only a small amount is required for a survival kit, and it packs smaller than alternatives like cotton wool.
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Reviews
Great stuff
This is very good stuff. If you're as useless at starting fires as me then you'll appreciate how easily this burns. You get several sheets in a pack and they tear very easily, so I just tore off as many strips as I needed and created a little pile of them. Then just light one strip and the rest soon follow. They burn quite slowly too so it gives a chance for your wood or whatever to catch fire.
Pros: Easy to tear into strips, Lasts quite a while, Burns well
Cons: none
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Jack in Cumbria