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Build a Simple Camp Stove from a Tin Can

The Tin Can Cooker is a homemade outdoor stove that really works. Generations of Scouts have learned to make and use “Buddy Burners” for camping and emergencies. Instead of wood or liquid fuel, the Tin Can Cooker burns a small can of wax and cardboard. A larger can fits over […] Read more on MAKE The post Build a Simple Camp Stove from a Tin Can appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
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