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Kindling Wood | 10kg Bag

$15.99

$1.59 per kg

 

Fire wood Dry Ready to use 100% Australian Wood

By Wood Co.

Description

  1. Size and Shape: Kindling wood pieces are typically small and thin, often resembling twigs or small branches. They are usually cut into lengths ranging from a few inches to about a foot (7.5 to 30 centimeters). The size is essential for quick ignition and easy handling.
  2. Dryness: Effective kindling wood should be dry to ensure easy ignition. Moisture content is crucial, as wet or damp kindling will be difficult to light and may produce excessive smoke.
  3. Type of Wood: Various types of wood can be used as kindling, including softwoods like pine, cedar, spruce, and fir, as well as hardwoods like oak, maple, and ash. Softwoods are often preferred for kindling due to their resinous nature, which makes them ignite more easily.
  4. Preparation: Kindling wood may be obtained from purpose-cut bundles sold commercially, or it can be sourced from branches, twigs, or wood scraps. Some people even save small wood scraps from other woodworking projects to use as kindling.
Uses:
  1. Ignition: Kindling wood is primarily used to start fires by providing a small, easily ignitable fuel source that can catch fire quickly and generate enough heat to ignite larger pieces of wood or fuel logs.
  2. Airflow: Kindling helps establish airflow within the fire structure, allowing oxygen to reach the fire and promoting efficient combustion. This airflow is crucial for sustaining a fire and ensuring that it burns cleanly and evenly.
  3. Fire Starting: Whether lighting a campfire, fireplace, or wood stove, kindling wood is an essential component of the fire-starting process. It's typically placed at the bottom of the fire structure, with progressively larger pieces of wood added on top as the fire grows.
Overall, kindling wood plays a vital role in the process of starting and maintaining fires, providing the initial fuel source needed to ignite larger wood logs or fuel. Its small size, dryness, and combustibility make it an indispensable tool for anyone who relies on wood fires for cooking, heating, or recreational purposes.

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