Natural Fire Starters 9 Large and Small Mac Set with Shipping Included
These natural fire starters get any fire small or large started quickly and easily. Makes a great gift for any fire challenging situation.
Use our eco fire starters for indoor and outdoor fireplaces, fire pits, camp fires, chimineas, vacation cabins, backpacking, hunting and hiking emergencies.
Barbeque or grilled food just taste better with a fire started with our natural fire starters, rather than using toxic chemical lighting fluid.
Our camp fire starters from the Big Island of Hawaii are handmade with real macadamia nut shells and dye free unscented soy wax! Besides starting a fire, they will also light up people to start talking as these original fire starters are a real conversation starter. A great man gift for your father, husband, grandfather, son, brother, boyfriend, Uncle, cousin or friend. Of course you don't have to be a man to enjoy these and to light a fire!
Macadamia nuts have a super hard shell with a high oil content...why didn't anyone think of making camp fire lighters out of these before;)
Just place one macadamia nut fire starter underneath and in the middle of your kindling, than light the firestarter wick and your kindling. Soon, your fire will be going on strong.
Do not use in stoves, or as a candle.
This is what our recent customer wrote in her feedback:
"I was so excited when I found these fire starters. There are a few different ones on the market, but they aren't safe to use for fires to cook food. My husband and I love to go camping, so having a fire starter that was hot dog friendly was important. They work perfectly for us as they are convenient to use and take a lot of the hassle out of getting the camp fire going".
Packaged eco friendly simple with sturdy brown recycled grocery bag paper wrap and twine with label on the outside as shown. All of the packaging can be burned or recycled.
This listing is for one package with 9 fire starters, 3 large (approx. 2 3/4" diameter) and 6 small (approx. 2" diameter).
About the hibachi photos: We photographed the fire starters on a miniature iron hibachi grill made in Japan. It is from the early 1960's and was made as a novelty ash tray.