17 Wicked Ways To Start A Fire | DIY Fire Starters 17 Wicked Ways To Start A Fire | DIY Fire Starters Practical Prepper Uncategorized SHARE Survival Life Contributor , / 9775 We all know the conventional ways to start a fire. A little lighter fluid, a handful of tinder, some flint, a few matches, a lighter, a few sheets of newspaper – these a-typical methods will work if you’re luck enough to have these things around when you’re in need of a fire. But who enjoys the a-typical? There are a ton of creative ways to start a fire, whether you’re in survival mode or you just want to watch it burn. Here are a few methods to enhance your preparedness, or if you just to start some badass fires: 1. Water Bottle Fire Starter Chances are pretty good that you’ll have access to something as common as a water bottle around most of the time. For this reason, this survival tip is important to know for those moments when you’re not as prepared as you might like and need a fire. How To Make Fire With A Water Bottle Video 2. Reading Glasses Fire Starter How To Start A Fire With Reading Glasses Video 3. Soda Can and Chocolate How to Start a Fire with a Can and Chocolate Video 4. Urine Fire Starter How to Start a Fire with Urine Video 5. Magnesium Fire Starter Making Fire with a Magnesium Fire Starter Video 6. Vaseline and Cotton Ball Fire Starter How to Start a Fire with Vaseline and Cotton Balls Video 7. Bacon Grease Fire Starter How to Start a Fire With Bacon Grease Video 8. Bear Gryll’s Fire Starter How to Use Bear Gryll’s Fire Starter Video 9. Fire Piston Fire Starter How to Start A Fire Starter by Air Video 10. Water Fire Starter 5 Ways to Start a Fire with Water Video 11. Lava Fire Starter (See full article on ‘How to Make Fire with Lava’ at Wild Wood Survival) 12. Fungus Fireboard Fire Starter (See full article at Wild Wood Survival) 13. Solar Reflector Fire Starter How to Start a Fire with a Solar Reflector Video 14. Spontaneous Combustion Fire Starter (See full article at Wild Wood Survival) 15. Ice Sphere Fire Starter (See full article at Wild Wood Survival) 16. Ravioli Fire Starters How to Start a Fire with Ravioli Video 17. Wine Cork Fire Starter (See full article at Camp Wander) Dried Pine Trees Make A Great Fire A photo posted by Everett Butler (@everett789) on Feb 1, 2015 at 6:33pm PST Comments 10 Comments 17 Wicked Ways To Start A Fire | DIY Fire Starters | Patriot Powered News says: at 0 […] By Survival Life Contributor […] Log in to Reply DieHardPatriot says: at 0 A nine volt battery with fine wires soldered to each terminal and very fine plain steel wool works like a charm. Log in to Reply Jeff says: at 0 Another great way to start a fire: Place a small pile of Potassium Permanganate (also useful to have in first aid kit to pour onto cuts to kill germs and to disinfect water) near the tinder. Drip Glycerin (also useful to cover burn wounds or salve irritated skin)onto the Potassium Permanganate. Wait a few seconds and watch the chemical reaction burst into flames. Log in to Reply 17 ways to start a fire - Gun and Game - Gun Forum says: at 0 […] ways to start a fire Some are old hat, some are innovative, some are iffy. 17 Wicked Ways To Start A Fire | Survival Life – Online Survival Blog & Survival News var ord = window.ord || Math.floor(Math.random() * 1e16); document.write(''); […] Log in to Reply How To Build A Fire | Foolproof Fire Starting Technique |Survival Life - Survival Life | Preppers | Survival Gear | Blog says: at 0 […] 17 Wicked Ways To Start A Fire […] Log in to Reply Johnc160 says: at 0 I’m pleased that I seen this website, precisely the proper information that I was trying to find! gfkbeceakdbe Log in to Reply How To Make Fire Starters | The Super Uber Match - Survival Life | Preppers | Survival Gear | Blog says: at 0 […] 17 Wicked Ways To Start A Fire […] Log in to Reply 17 Awesome Ways to Start a Fire | OutLive The OutBreak says: at 0 […] 17 Awesome Ways to Start a Fire […] Log in to Reply Survival Basics: Starting a Fire-healthy for living tips says: at 0 […] 17 Wicked Ways To Start A Fire | Survival Life – Survival … […] Log in to Reply TX says: at 0 Appreciating the persistence you put into your blog and detailed information you offer. It’s nice to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same out of date rehashed material. Great read! I’ve saved your site and I’m including your RSS feeds to my Google account. Log in to Reply Leave A Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.