Starting a fire even in the perfect conditions can be tricky for some people. Starting a fire when it’s raining or snowing or windy can be next to impossible if you haven’t done it before. Enter InstaFire’s patented blend of volcanic rock, wood pellets, and paraffin wax designed to burn in most adverse conditions. With a company founded by three avid outdoors enthusiasts, you can believe that InstaFire has been rigorously tested in every outdoor environment.
Approved by the Boy Scouts of America as a safe fire starting method, InstaFire comes in a variety of package sizes and types. Available in an 8, 18, and 30 pack the fire starter will light wet or dry wood in various conditions and burn up to 1,000 degrees. One of the great thing about InstaFire is it’s an affordable fire starting alternative that can be stored for emergency usage. InstaFire is also available in 2, 6, and 8-gallon buckets that can be stored away for future emergencies.
InstaFire also offers a charcoal starter that comes packaged in a burnable bag. The charcoal starter will have coals ready to cook in 10 minutes without having to use any lighter fluid. Both options may be something to add to your fire starting kit when heading out to camp.