are unburnt hydracarbons essentially soot? I make 'super candles' using melted tealights and those colour catcher things my other half always uses in the washing machine. really good for water but they put a lot of soot on my pot!
thanks guys that's confirmed that I shouldn't cook directly over it. seen those toasters in B&m and I have other options for cooking but was just generally looking for advice on the fumes from those tablets as I'm new to them. was camping last night and just took a wee fold up coughlans grill...
Has anyone tried or have any thoughts on cooking toast using a hexi tablet?
ignoring the method, im more thinking about if the bread would soak up nasty fumes etc. whether it would taste horrible or even if it tasted fine would it be dangerous / not recommended.
i really hate the smell of...
ive just bought the vango blade 100 recently for £80 on outdoor camping direct. Really light and easy to pack away. im used to heavier cheap 2-3 man tents so was really surprised how light it was.
Haven't tried it in anger yet only in good weather.
new to the forum, this thread is brilliant :) Went down to Harlaw reservoir in the Pentlands last weekend. Other half thought i was off my head making tea because it was roasting. but just cant beat a cup of tea outdoors. its the best thing to quench your thirst as my gran used to say...
sorry if this is the wrong forum but spotted this on facebook the other day. near my folks so was thinking of going.
have never heard of a shrinkpot before, looks nice.
started getting into bushcraft and this forum looks great. Found some fatwood recently and have been practising getting a fire going with a ferrorod, so hopefully can pick up some help / tips on here.
Also hoping to get involved and maybe post some stuff. Grew up camping around loch...