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  • DIY Survival Projects Part 3: Mini Survival Stove

    Ok. Let's make a mini-survival stove tin.



    This mini-pocket stove tin is a pretty easy project to make.
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    Start with a tin.



    Unroll some cotton balls and pack them into the tin's bottom. Cut a pie pan or other thick foil pan big enough to fit on top of the cotton, use a hole punch to punch holes in it.

    You'll need to have a small bottle for your fuel since it will evaporate if left in the stove. I use Iso-Heet, but +90% alcohol, lighter fluid, lantern fuel, and other clear, lightweight, flammable fluids will work.


    Burns with a steady, hot flame. to extinguish just close the lid. Watch it will be very hot.

    Just place this stove under a grill or between two rocks to place pots or pans above it for cooking and boiling water.

    Stay tuned for more survival products you can make at home.

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