Another Method for Making a Newspaper Log

Hi Everyone!

A week or so ago I posted the video and comment on making a newspaper log using a press.  The video has been very popular.  Thanks for the support.

Anyhow, I mentioned I would show you another way to go about this, and here it is.  Watch:

These things burn great – I am planning another video in which we will showcase all of the following:

1) Burning a few Newspaper Logs made with the press.
2) Burning a few of these roll up type
3) Starting all of it using the Tuna can burner!

We have a great little driveway fireplace to film this upcoming epic.  I’m excited –  it is one of my favorite ways to relax in the evening.  Also, with that video you will see the advantages and disadvantages of each method.  Seeing is believing, right?

As always feel free to ask any questions you may have.  I love this stuff thats why I’m doin it.





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3 comments to Another Method for Making a Newspaper Log

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    • This looks like a great idea. Maybe a can get one to review.

      This is especially cool with the compression type logs.

      Thanks for your input!


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