How To Turn Soda Cans Into A Portable Camp Stove

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How To Turn Soda Cans Into A Portable Camp Stove
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There are a lot of excellent sources for you to be able to cook or heat your food. But did you know that a soda can can be used in a survival situation?

You can easily improvise this portable camp stove by using just a couple of tools that are probably available in your home (or you can just buy them) and follow these instructions:

– 2 soda cans
– Sharpie marker
– 1-inch thick block of wood or magazine/book
– 1/2 inches thick block of wood or magazine/book
– Heat resistant sealant
– Fiberglass insulation
– Scissors
– Nail and a hammer
– Denatured alcohol
– a penny

1. Place your sharpie marker on the block of wood (1inch thick) with marker tip touching the side of the 1st soda can then turn the can to mark your leveling points.

2. Take the 2nd can and place the other block of wood (1/2 inch) on top of the other then repeat step 1.

3. Cut the 2 soda cans using the mark as a guide. Discard the upper part of the cans. It’s important to trim out the sharp edges down to make it clean. Be careful not to cut yourself during this process.

4. Using your sharpie, mark some holes in the center and around the bottom of the can.

5. Take the nail and place it on the marks (black dots) and hammer it through. Repeat in all the black dots around. Be sure not to crash the can while hammering.

6. Crimp the edges of the other can (the one w/o the holes).

7. Take the fiberglass and pack it inside the larger can (the one with the holes). IMPORTANT – unlike the video presenter, ALWAYS use gloves to handle fiberglass and also, always wear a dust mask!! Cannot overemphasize! You really don’t want to breathe fiberglass particles which can easily become airborne, or get fiberglass splinters, which are very unpleasant.

8. Bring in the lower section and stick it using the gasket sealant. Leave it 24 hours to dry.

9. Pour in some denatured alcohol into the center holes. Light it up and place the penny at the center. Wait for a few seconds then the fire starts up.

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