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Duraflame Fatwood Kindling Sticks, Resin- Rich Firelighters To Start Wood Or Charcoal Fires - $6.96

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Walmart has 5-lbs. Duraflame Fatwood Resin- Rich Firestarter Kindling Sticks (.125 cu ft, 4549) on sale for $6.96. Select free store pickup where stock permits.

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Product Features:
100% natural, resin wood
No additives
Fast lighting
Lights wood fires and charcoal

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Durafl...s/32468459
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Great for campfire kindling
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Great deal, but I ordered this last week and still isn't ready for pickup.
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Great deal, but I ordered this last week and still isn't ready for pickup.
It probably won't be then, usually it's ready in few hours during their online order pickup hours, for mine it was done in less than 1 hr
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It probably won't be then, usually it's ready in few hours during their online order pickup hours, for mine it was done in less than 1 hr
Yes most likely not. Still a great deal!
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Anyone know the usual price for these? Seems like a great price for 5lbs but I can't seem to find this exact type available anywhere else.
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This was posted weeks ago....
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what a great product name fatwood. Makes me want to buy a fire pit again and burn stuff.
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If you have a tractor supply close by they have Rutlands safe lite fire starters, usually cost around $15, they are hands down the best fire starters I have ever used. They're small, very cheap, and always light right away. They even fire up when damp. Try them you wont regret it.
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I bought this a couple of weeks ago when it was posted, but then I saw Lowe's had 4 pounds (4 pack) for $6.78. My local Lowes didn't have in stock so I couldn't check, but looking at the Q&A, you might be getting 16 pounds.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Wood-Pro...1000107829
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Great deal, but I ordered this last week and still isn't ready for pickup.
Walmart is the worst.
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I bought this a couple of weeks ago when it was posted, but then I saw Lowe's had 4 pounds (4 pack) for $6.78. My local Lowes didn't have in stock so I couldn't check, but looking at the Q&A, you might be getting 16 pounds.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Wood-Pro...1000107829
That seems like a good deal, but I guess the "trade-off" is that they are larger chunks. I would probably only need a little bit - like this deal - with cardboard or something, and I would be good to go.

this deal was posted within the last week, and another commenter said he wraps his in a little bit of cotton & puts some petroleum jelly on it - and it does really well to start fires... so that's an option too, I guess
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How many separate fires can I make at once with this?
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That seems like a good deal, but I guess the "trade-off" is that they are larger chunks. I would probably only need a little bit - like this deal - with cardboard or something, and I would be good to go.

this deal was posted within the last week, and another commenter said he wraps his in a little bit of cotton & puts some petroleum jelly on it - and it does really well to start fires... so that's an option too, I guess
Why do you say they are larger chunks? Scrolling through the pics, I do see one picture that shows regular size firewood on top of these and they look like the typical size fatwood sticks.
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I bought this a couple of weeks ago when it was posted, but then I saw Lowe's had 4 pounds (4 pack) for $6.78. My local Lowes didn't have in stock so I couldn't check, but looking at the Q&A, you might be getting 16 pounds.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Wood-Pro...1000107829
One of the reviews says it really isn't a 4 pack and is 4lbs instead of 16
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