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64 oz. Grill Mark Charcoal Starter w/ 0.075 cu. ft Stump Chunks Wood Fiber Fire Starter at Ace Hardware $9.99 + Free Store Pickup

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  • Grill Mark - 64 oz. Charcoal Chimney-Style Starter holds up to 4 lbs. of charcoal
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Link to buy together?
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Link to buy together?
Add both to the cart and you will automatically get the discount of $4.99
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Chimney Starter.... Ball up two sheets of newspaper... Put the newspaper in the bottom.... Put in charcoal... pyramid the top.. pour a little cooking oil.. and then set the newspaper on fire
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Chimney Starter.... Ball up two sheets of newspaper... Put the newspaper in the bottom.... Put in charcoal... pyramid the top.. pour a little cooking oil.. and then set the newspaper on fire
These get it done was faster and more efficient/affective
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Chimney Starter.... Ball up two sheets of newspaper... Put the newspaper in the bottom.... Put in charcoal... pyramid the top.. pour a little cooking oil.. and then set the newspaper on fire
You can also put two bricks underneath in a v shape so it funnels the air up into the chimney. Where I place our chimney to light it has a fairly constant breeze and I found it gets it going faster using the bricks. You could also use a fan or hair dryer to direct air towards the bricks to speed up the process
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Even better: I have a chimney starter but use a Brinkmann electric starter with it. Stack the coals into the chimney, stick the starter coil in and plug it in. Come back 15 min later to nice, ashed coals. No fussing with lighter fluid or anything else.
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Ace Hardware is a joke.
Way overpriced.
Post a link to a better deal on these items or stfu.
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Weber, better quality. Not going to explain it further, buy any of their products vs any other generic and you'll see.
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Chimney Starter.... Ball up two sheets of newspaper... Put the newspaper in the bottom.... Put in charcoal... pyramid the top.. pour a little cooking oil.. and then set the newspaper on fire
When I used to use newspaper, I found the flying ash remnants and the ash remnants remaining in the grill to be very annoying, especially when they would get on the food I was grilling. I bought some of the Weber starter cubes and have been very happy with them.
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Guys, Use an old coffee can. Works the same and save your money unless you are supporting a local ACE!
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Chimney starters are a must for charcoal grilling/ smoking but this style (large circles only on the bottom) is not nearly as effective as the Weber style (lots of small holes all over) works significantly better and faster.

Edit: I don't know how much those fire starters are worth to you, but the Weber chimney is $13 at Home Depot.
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I just use Diamond Strike-A-Fire Fire Starters with my Weber chimney
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Guys, Use an old coffee can. Works the same and save your money unless you are supporting a local ACE!
I don't buy gross coffee in cans. But if I did, I'd need to modify by it cutting out the bottom, adding a trivet somehow, and cutting some jagged holes in the tin? How about a handle, or should we just grab it with our fingers and try to dump it out real quick like? It would still be about half the size it needs to be.

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Chimney starters are a must for charcoal grilling/ smoking but this style (large circles only on the bottom) is not nearly as effective as the Weber style (lots of small holes all over) works significantly better and faster.

Edit: I don't know how much those fire starters are worth to you, but the Weber chimney is $13 at Home Depot.
Agree. I ended up with a Weber and the difference is pretty massive. The holes in the bottom just don't provide enoughh air to get the coals going quickly.

If any of you guys have a propane weed torch, you can also use that to start a layer and add the rest of the coals once that's going.
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