Category Archives: Eco

New Old Tricks

During the period henceforth to be known as The Great Silence of 2013 (because it’s easier than listing the things that combined to just get in the way of stuff) I learned some things. I’ve not had much time or … Continue reading

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An Experiment in Home-Made Firelighters

I am perfectly well aware that I can buy little blocks of stuff that will make lighting a fire child’s play once one knows how to build one properly, but that’s not really as much fun as it might be. … Continue reading

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A Brief Experiment: Recycling Candle Stubs

As part of my research into the perfect home-made, natural fire-lighter, I came across the idea of using melted wax. I like burning scented candles and it seemed like it might be a good way to do something with the … Continue reading

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