Rane, one of the blah to TADA!'s lovely readers
challenged me to transform blah dryer lint into a TADA!
I hope I haven't disappointed her so far.
As I've mentioned in the previous posts,
dryer lint is highly flammable,
so it's important to take care when re-using it.
But today, we'll take advantage of its flaming super power by
crafting a fire starter kit.
Fill a box or tin with dryer lint.
Add a set of matches or a lighter,
and TADA! -- simple materials to
get a fire going for your next camping trip.
Put the box of lint & matches in a
resealable plastic bag to prevent
it from getting wet.