5 Unique Ways To Start A Fire Using Water

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  • Lightbulbs, picture frames, plastic wrap, sandwich bags & sodium ALL come into play as alternate ways of using Water to kindle a Fire.

    I wholeheartedly bet that a lightbulb will turn on in your head when you realize what part of the equation your missing…

    This handy-dandy trick will get you through any Zombie Apocalypse or Rapture Renewal possible! This can also come very useful if you become disoriented in the woods or get lost in the wilderness.

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    17 Comments

    1. Preston Ser Xiong said:

      Hysterical article. Only viable option I see here is the sodium tablet with water($#%&!@*uming you carry sodium tablets with you on all your excursions). Besides that, even if you found all the trash this article calls for. How on earth are you going to have access to CRYSTAL clear water or WARM water(without a fire first). Food for thought!

    2. James David Brewer said:

      USMC, Counter Insurgency Warfare School 1982. Still have bad dreams. Most civilians live in a dream.

    3. Adam David Burnett said:

      Maybe carrying a good magnifying lens in your bug out bag is a good idea… it’s small and light weight…

    4. Edward Sturtevant said:

      Yep, sodium is SO readily available in the wilderness.

      Btw: don’t let the sweat from your pant$#%&!@* that sodium, or you will be doing a fire dance….lol

    5. Edward Sturtevant said:

      If you are in a survival situation, the hardest things to find are water & a heat source. You need 50% of what you find just to use these……. SMH

    6. Edward Sturtevant said:

      If you are in a survival situation, the hardest things to find are water & a heat source. You need 50% of what you find just to use these……. SMH

      You would be lucky to find just water. Even luckier to find picture frame, cinder blocks, saran wrap, AND water.

    7. Robert Mitchell said:

      I also like how it says to add hot water to the light bulb to clean it. Where did he get the hot water

    8. Russ Asplund said:

      most require hot water, if you need to make these for fire, where do you get hot water from? lol

    9. Mark Smith said:

      Um , salt co$#%&!@* salt works faster to remove the white coating in a lightbulb. Just sayin

    10. Bill Lamb said:

      2 liter soda bottles work well to When filled with water and turned upside down.

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