How to start a fire on your wood stove
The simplest way to start the wood burning stoves on your stove is to use an old-fashioned fire poker, which you can find at a hardware store for $20.
If you prefer to burn a lighter, you can buy a lighter that can go into the fuel tank.
But most stovemakers are using an older version of the poker, called a charcoal poker.
This poker has a wooden handle that you can stick into the tank, so you don’t have to worry about breaking the poker.
You can get charcoal poker stoves for around $20 at a local hardware store.
The charcoal poker is basically a wooden poker with a metal handle.
You use it to start burning wood, and then the charcoal poker will fill the tank with water.
The trick to using charcoal poker in a stove is that it’s not the best for charcoal grills.
It has a much larger surface area than a grill and will burn charcoal much faster.
You should also be careful when using charcoal to get a good smoke.
The smoke can make it hard to see the flames, and it can also irritate your eyes and throat.
To use charcoal in a charcoal stove, you’ll need to heat it on a wood stove burner, which is a stove that heats water to a temperature where the smoke will escape.
You’ll then pour water into the poker and place it on top of the wood.
You could also heat it with a stovetop lighter, which will add some heat.
It’s a good idea to get charcoal that’s made with high quality ingredients, and the charcoal should last for a long time.
You won’t have a problem using a charcoal heater when you’re starting a fire, but you will need to make sure you don´t leave any residue on the surface of the charcoal.
Here are some things you should know about charcoal in your stove: It burns faster than a wood burner.
The lighter you use, the faster the charcoal burns.