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24-Count Pine Mountain StarterLogg Select-A-Size Firestarting Blocks

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Amazon has 24-Count Pine Mountain StarterLogg Select-A-Size Firestarting Blocks on sale for $7.85. Shipping is free with Prime or orders $25 or more.

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Amazon has Pine Mountain StarterLogg Firestarting Block (Set of 24) for $7.85 as a one time purchase or $7.46 with five total subscribe and save items. I use these all winter long and jump when there is a good price. I cut each piece in to quarters so get 96 starts out of a box. Typical lowest price is $11.94 at Walmart.

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Appreciate the ideas and glad it works for you but for a three month supply at $7.46, I can do without scrounging candles which I don't have, locating multiple egg cartons and scraping my dryer lint to save $.08/day..
I use a benzomatic blow torch to light the fire pit- feels like cheating. Also, good for finishing off sous vide steaks. Same tank has lasted 3 years.

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That is a great idea OP, I can get 96 pieces out of this to start my grill.
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History of price?
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History of price?
Lowest regular price ever. This excluded coupons or thing like lightning deals.
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If this is for firestarter I use cottonballs (or something absorbent, I've used gauze in an emergency situation) soaked in 75% or higher percentage isopropyl alcohol.

Super cheap, burns for a while too and sorta reusable since you can actually pull the cotton balls out of the fire and extinguish the fire on it once you get the hang of it and just need to refill whatever container you use with more alcohol.
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If this is for firestarter I use cottonballs (or something absorbent, I've used gauze in an emergency situation) soaked in 75% or higher percentage isopropyl alcohol.

Super cheap, burns for a while too and sorta reusable since you can actually pull the cotton balls out of the fire and extinguish the fire on it once you get the hang of it and just need to refill whatever container you use with more alcohol.
if you cut these in quarters the quarters are 8 cents each. Seems easier than the cotton method for a microscopic investment.
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I just use small tinder twigs and build up the fire. Works fine everytime
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Lowest regular price ever. This excluded coupons or thing like lightning deals.
Lowest price ever...but its normal $10. Its $2 savings, not a significant amount
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I use a benzomatic blow torch to light the fire pit- feels like cheating. Also, good for finishing off sous vide steaks. Same tank has lasted 3 years.
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I use a benzomatic blow torch to light the fire pit- feels like cheating. Also, good for finishing off sous vide steaks. Same tank has lasted 3 years.
This also for ooni pizza ovens
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Old candle wax, dryer lint, and recycled paper egg carton. Melt the wax, put dryer lint in the cups, pour over the wax. Cut apart and put in a zip-lock bag. Works great, cheap as can be and lasts way longer.
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Old candle wax, dryer lint, and recycled paper egg carton. Melt the wax, put dryer lint in the cups, pour over the wax. Cut apart and put in a zip-lock bag. Works great, cheap as can be and lasts way longer.
Appreciate the ideas and glad it works for you but for a three month supply at $7.46, I can do without scrounging candles which I don't have, locating multiple egg cartons and scraping my dryer lint to save $.08/day..
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Appreciate the ideas and glad it works for you but for a three month supply at $7.46, I can do without scrounging candles which I don't have, locating multiple egg cartons and scraping my dryer lint to save $.08/day..
How about empty toilet paper rolls stuffed with used dryer sheets and dryer lint… I bet you've got plenty of that stuff around without having to scrounge.
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if you cut these in quarters the quarters are 8 cents each. Seems easier than the cotton method for a microscopic investment.
If these are somewhat dense may not just be a matter of "cut into quarters" depending on how hard they are.

I like the other person's suggestion, since cotton balls and iso alcohol have more applications than this, which has like one application.
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