Firelogs Firestarters From Sawdust
Firelogs firestarters from sawdust is article about Plans bookmarked by jimmy with ID 13141727716 was uploaded on 29-04-2019 and has been viewed 267,384 times.
Firelogs/firestarters from sawdust! Easy way to recycle your pile of sawdust into firelogs for your indoor or outdoor fireplace! HANDMADE FROM THIS PLAN >> Projects built from this plan.Thank you for submitting brag posts, it's appreciated by all! Add your project.
Author Notes: This is not a typical building project, but I thought there might be folks out there with piles of sawdust, like me! It was a rainy day yesterday, and I was planning on cleaning up my work area.
I was cleaning up a pile of sawdust, and wondered if I could do something with all of the sawdust.Of course, I would rather work on a project than clean, so I got on the internet to figure out how to make firelogs.
I used Gulfwax paraffin, which comes in 4 4 ounce bars.Also, my sawdust was from cutting hardwood.(I don't know if it is a problem if it comes from plywood or other treated wood.) Easy to make smaller or larger to fit your use.
These burned for over an hour.Shopping List: 3 cups sawdust4 oz.paraffinnewspapertwineloaf pan (I used an 8" x 4" pan) Step 1: Melt 4 oz paraffin over a double boiler (important to use a double boiler setup, as paraffin is...