Valiant Fireside Metal Firelighter Storage Box
About this deal
Just a word of advice here you lovely lot: we would recommend keeping your firelighters natural if possible – especially if you are cooking or grilling. Many firelighters contain chemical agents, accelerants and other things that will seriously affect the taste and chemical content of your food. For normal fires you can get away with synthetic firelighters, but why wouldn’t you want to keep things as natural as possible if you can? Great, so you’re digging the natural vibe, but what are the options out there? Hang tight as we give you the natural firelighter product low down. Now you know the main players, it’s time to step into the game. So how do you light a BBQ with firelighters? Read on for the revelation. So you’ve got your fire triangle on point (pun sooooo intended), but where does your firelighter fit into the formula? Fires start from raising a tinder’s temperature until it combusts. Tinder is a material that combusts first, as a flame or ember, and in doing so it heats other denser material (such as kindling, twigs and so on) until it burns. So basically your firelighters take on the catalytic roll, acting as the gateway to igniting your tinder, which in turn ignites your principal wood fuel.