Insta-Fire can be used as a fire starter, but it is so much more. InstaFire is a patented, water-resistant blend of volcanic rock, wood pellets, and paraffin wax. It lights like a candle with no flare-ups and gradually grows in intensity. InstaFire lights with a match, lighter, magnesium striker, or any other heat source of higher than 425 degrees.
Use it as a fire starter or fuel source for emergency cooking and heating.
What devices can InstaFire fuel?
InstaFire can be used in your fireplace and wood-burning stove with proper ventilation. It can also be used as a stand-alone fire source, with one cup burning for 30 minutes.
It can be used with any camp stove or grill (like a volcano grill) as a fire starter (for briquettes, etc.) or stand-alone fire source. It can be used inside a #10 can stove, open fire pit, or directly on the ground and even in the snow.
Product amount to burn time
- ½ cup produces an 8-10-inch-high flame for 10-15 minutes
- 1 cup will burn for 20–30 minutes, with occasionally stirring, and burn at nearly 1000 degrees. Just allow proper ventilation to flame.
- One cup will boil 2 cups of water in 10 minutes.
- If you need a longer burn time, simply add more InstaFire.
- 1 month supply (3 meals per day): about one 5-gallon bucket (1 cup used per meal)
- Safe to cook food.
- It will also provide enough fuel to cook even the toughest of meals.
- It will easily dry out wet wood and create the proper draw up the chimney or flue.
- NOT combustible, no explosive hazard
- Is all natural and has no harmful chemicals.
- It will not taint your food or grill- safe to use with ceramic grills.
- Will still work if it gets wet - it will even float and burn right on water
- InstaFire needs to be shielded from wind for 20 to 30 seconds when you first light it. However, once lit, it will burn in winds in upwards of 30 MPH.
- Insta-Fire has no harmful chemicals and can be used both indoors and out, depending upon its use. Outdoors, it’s great for kindling both wood (wet or dry) and charcoal briquettes.
- For indoor and outdoor use.
- A cool dry place is the best, but it can be stored anywhere that is less than 150 degrees.
- At 160 degrees the paraffin in it will start to melt.
- Can be stored anywhere indoors or out.
Long-term storage is estimated at approximately 30 years.