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Making fuel bricks out of sawdust and junk mail  RSS feed

 
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I saw a neat link on Instructables for making fuel bricks out of sawdust and scrap paper from the junk mail.

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Something to keep in mind is that cheap paper contains a lot of clay. When it burns it creates a lot of ash, which can become a problem over time.
 
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