Woodshavings, $5 / oz. (for campfire lighting)
It's not a bad idea though. My flint and steel pouch contains a mixture
of resinous larch shavings and tumble drier cotton lint.
When I was in Boy Scouts if the wood was wet or it was raining hard a
sacrifical Sterno at the base of the pile really helped get the campfire
going so we could make our usual camping dinner of hot dogs and instant
chocolate pudding. ;-)
Try making some char cloth out of Monk's Cloth. You'll never mess with the
dryer lint again. It
will burn you if you try to put it out with your fingers unless your callus is
about a quarter inch
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