DIY flare candle and SureFire starters! These are easy to make out of nearly just garbage! The small ones are the fire starters. Simply a pressed paper (do not used the styrofoam ones) egg carton that you drop one to three cotton balls in each cup. Then you melt down all your old candle stubs or buy paraffin at the grocery store used for canning and fill the cups till they are about 2/3 full and try to make sure it soaks all the division material as well. When cut apart, the corners become the wick. These are obviously waterproof, one match light burn standing alone for plenty enough time to get even a wet wood fire going with pencil size twigs! The wicked one in the center is just a tuna tin or like sized can with a long strip of corrugated cardboard rolled up that is the width that the can is deep. Make sure to cut the strip the direction across the corrugations, not parallel to them. You want the holes up and down to wick the wax. The wick is just cotton kitchen string predipped in wax and inserted prior to pouring the tin full and saturating the cardboard. This burns first only the wick like a candle but then the flame creeps down to the top of the cardboard and will become the whole diameter of the can with about a 10-14 inch high flame! Don't know how long it will go for yet though but preburning one a bit then reinstalling a new wick makes them fully ignite faster! Great for emergencies,prepping,car trunk,glove box etc. If you make some make a good batch so your able to test some to understand their use and value.