It is not just in winter that you can enjoy the beauty and the warmth of a fire. Out camping, or simply a fun evening in your backyard, or a pit barbeque would fall flat without a fire. It not only makes the ambience cozy and enjoyable but also provides the light and warmth. What’s more, it becomes the fun element of your gathering.
Now what would you do if you were in a situation where you did not have matches and lighters to ignite the fire? Would that be a dampener to your party/ well no, there are household items and items around your yard that can help ignite fire in no time. However, keep in mind the safety factor.
Once the fire is ignited, you may need to feed the fire for it to catch nicely. Leaving it unattended for a longer period will douse it and gradually cause it to die out.
While using fire or trying to ignite fire the unconventional way, you may need to take heed of the fire safety. Make sure that there are no inflammable items like fabrics and dry leaves or twigs around you than those that you intend to burn. Wear cotton clothes and avoid any kind of unnatural or synthetic clothing. Keep water, a sand bucket, blankets and other forms of fire extinguishers close to you, should you need one. Last but not the least, have your phone handy should things go out of hand and you would need to call the fire department for help.