American Fire Lighter Kit With Clean-Burning Lamp Oil
Easy, effective, attractive! Keep this American Fire Lighter classic stoneware crock on your hearth for good looks and super easy fire lighting.
No kindling, no newspaper, no hassle…the American Fire Lighter is hands-down the easiest way to start a fire. Simply soak the steel rod firestone in the ceramic vessel filled with Candle and Lamp Oil, roll it in dry ash, light it and place it under your seasoned firewood.
That's it – in just a few minutes you'll be enjoying a blazing fire! Plus, the firestone stays lit for approximately 15-20 minutes, so even stubborn logs will light.
The American Firelighter includes everything you need to light a cozy fire. Handcrafted in the USA, the appealing, rustic stoneware vessel looks great on your hearth and comes with a bottle of 99% pure, smokeless and odorless candle and lamp oil and a firestone attached to a beautifully crafted steel rod.
Great for fireplaces, wood stoves, fire pits, ceramic grills...makes a wonderful gift, too! Kit includes crock with lid, firestone with rod and 32 oz. bottle of lamp oil (replacements sold separately). Proudly made in the USA.
- Fire starting made clean, fast and easy!
- No kindling, no newspaper, no hassle…just minutes to a blazing fire
- Great for fireplaces (indoors and out), wood stoves, fire pits, ceramic grills
- Attractive design is one you'll be proud to display on your hearth
- Kit includes crock with lid, firestone with rod and bottle of lamp oil
- Lamp oil is 99% pure, smokeless, odorless, premium liquid paraffin
- Firestone is attached to a cold-rolled steel rod
- Ceramic pot is handcrafted in small batches - each is one of a kind
- Proudly made in the USA
6½" dia. x 10"H
Comes with 32 oz. lamp oil; replacements sold separately
Instructions for Use:
1.) Fill the ceramic jar with the included lamp oil. Let the firestone soak for at least 30 minutes.
2.) Remove the soaked firestone, and roll it lightly in fireplace ash. Use a match or lighter to ignite the firestone. The magic is in the ashes, as they act as a "wick" for the flame.
3.) Place the firestone under your grate filled with firewood (optimal grate height is approx. 2½"H). Firestone will burn for approx. 15-20 minutes; allow it to burn out completely in the fireplace (or fire pit, grill, etc.).
4.) Once the firestone is cold, carefully return it to the ceramic jar so it's ready for next time.
DO NOT put the firestone in the oil when it is hot. The oil will smoke and evaporate, and could possibly ignite.
DO NOT use with other kerosene or other oils that will smell, smoke and can be dangerous. Use only with pure liquid parafin for best results.
DO NOT wash the firestone; do not get the firestone wet with water. The water will soak into the stone, and make it difficult to light. If the firestone does get wet, let it completely dry out.