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Fire Starter 60 Pack
30 Year Shelf Life!
Shipping Weight: 36.00
Minimum order: 1

30 Year Shelf Life!

The Expedition contains 60 individual paper pouches to provide the fuel you need for your next outdoor adventure. Whether you’re taking the RV into the mountains for the weekend or making a long-distance backpacking trip, you no longer have to worry about searching for fuel or starting your fire. Just one pouch of fire starter will light and burn quickly and easily.

This fire starter is made from a patented blend of recycled wood, inert minerals and paraffin wax. This patented formula is what makes this fire starter easy to light and stay lit even under extreme conditions. It is also safe to store, outdoors or in, even next to food.

The fire starter is versatile with a wide-variety of uses. It will light charcoal briquettes, dry or damp firewood or perform as a standalone fuel source. Whether roughing it in the wilderness or relaxing at home, it is perfect when wanting to stay warm, dry and fed.

(pictures above results of using a lighter; do not try this at home!)

If you ever need a fire to keep dry, warm or fed, then you will want this fire starter. It easily lights, even in inclement weather. It also an optimal solution for storing emergency fuel for a rainy day. With a shelf life of 30 years, the the need to rotate fuel every few years or worry about local flammable storage ordinances is eliminated.

On the average, a 12–16 inch flame for 15-30 minutes can be created, depending on conditions and amount used..

Lighting takes ½ to1 second, depending on the humidity and type of match or lighter used. It lights much like an ordinary candle.

Although it is very lightable, it is NOT a combustible fuel, and therefore, there is no risk of explosions.

As for toxic fumes, this fire started does NOT contain any harmful chemicals or vapors, including Benzene.

This fire starter is water resistant; it will work if it gets wet. It even lights and burns while floating on top of water!!!

You can smother the fire and then re-light when needed.

While lighting this fire starter in the wind, you will need to shield it; however it will burn in up to 30 M.P.H. winds once lit.

This fire starter will boil 2 cups of water uncovered in approximately 15 minutes.

This fire starter has a light, refreshing scent.

Anything you could cook over an open flame can be cooked with this fire starter.

If you choose to add more of this fire starter while it is already lit, it is possible as long as you don’t smother the flame when adding more product. If you do, simply relight.



  • Burns "green" — no harmful chemicals.
  • Safely stores near food.


  • Perfect substitute for wood, charcoal or propane.
  • Lights and burns in wind, rain, sleet or snow.
  • Burns wet firewood — at almost 1000°, InstaFire quickly dries out wet wood.


  • Lights in less than a second.
  • Compact and lightweight — easily fits and carries anywhere.

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