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How To Build A Coke Can Stove For Hiking & Camping

This next idea is so great and very easy to implement in case of emergency or when camping.

The tutorial is going to teach you how to make a small stove out of a soda can in just a few minutes. Aluminum is the lightest of metals and due to its flexibility and strength it’s most often used to manufacture everyday products such as beverage and food containers. So by trying this project, you can also reuse your containers of soda and contribute to the reduction of environmental pollution.

If you follow the steps from the link you can build (with few materials and minimal skills) a portable stove for travel or cooking in case of energy blackouts.

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The supplies you are going to need are: 2 aluminum cans of any soft drink, 1 marker, a pair of scissors or cutter, 1 small sandpaper, 1 nail, alcohol and fiberglass. The step by step tutorial can be found on the link below. Happy crafting!

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  1. Cut 2 coke tin can into 2 bottom parts
  2. Make holes in 1 of them
  3. The next step is to nest the two halves together, top into the bottom.
  4. Fill the concave cavity with fuel

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Finally, this is the fire from your Stove for Hiking and Camping made out of Coke / Beer Tin Cans..

Photos from: Easy Diy, Mungo Says Bah

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James Allen
 

James Allen entered the scene of Emergency Preparedness at the age of 12 when he joined the Boy Scouts of America, eventually earning his Eagle Scout Badge at the age of 17. Also at 17, he joined his local Civil Air Patrol squadron and became active in their ground search and rescue team, where he tucked several Missing Person searches and Downed Aircraft searches under his belt, as well as accompanying his team to respond to Katrina in Mississippi. He eventually received training in the squadrons SAR air crew roles, and was appointed Emergency Services Training Officer, until he left the volunteer organization out of obligations to work and family. He began serious "Prepping" with the birth of his daughter in 2012.