Between the noreaster and polar vortex, people are cranking up their heat at record numbers! If you never quite learned how to start the perfect fire, you might think you need to suffer through another season of burned fingers and smoky fireplaces. Well the good news is, that doesn’t have to be the case. In fact, with just a few simple household materials, you can make your very own dryer lint fire starters that will have a fire roaring in your fireplace in no time. Take a look at how easy they are to make!
As you can see, this is a great way to give new life to some common household materials that may otherwise be considered trash.
Your fire starter is now all ready for use. Simply light one of the ends of the starter and place it in your fireplace. Some people like to tuck them in between the logs while others like to light them and set them directly on top of the wood pile. Either way, the lint will ignite quickly and give your fire a fantastic head start!
Gather your supplies and try giving this simple DIY fire starter project a try. The snow isn’t going anywhere anytime soon here!