Fire starters also make great favors for a wedding or bridal shower. We can customize them to your event colors, too! The souffle cups are filled with wood shavings and upcycled wax, so they light great every time.
Fire starters store very well. Keep in a cool, dry place.
Bud’s Fire Starters are easy to stack in your camper for outings, basement or living room for a wood stove or in your shed for summers by the fire pit.
Easy to use. Great for fire pits. Start fires in your wood stove fast – the first time! Many colors available. Always use with caution (we are not responsible for injury)
Fast shipping. These are made one at a time by hand and ship from Lancaster County, PA. We ship Priority Mail for this product, so you should have it in 1-3 shipping days (Monday through Saturday) in most cases. Production time is 5-7 business days.
Local to Lancaster County, PA? We have a pick up shed where you can pick up as soon as your order is ready.
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We are a small shop in the river hills of Lancaster County, PA, and we love small country living. All our handcrafted decor and jewelry is created in our barn. Family time is so important to us, and we appreciate your support of our small business.
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We personally use our fire starters in our home’s coal and wood stove all the time. We have our stove and chimney inspected every year by DS Stove out of Gordonville, PA. They thoroughly clean our chimney, inspect our bricks, clean the interior of the stove, and they give us any feedback necessary for care or future use.
We highly recommend you find a trusted resource in your area to inspect your stove before using our firestarters or burning fires at all.
Are fire starters toxic?
This is a question we get often, and we feel like this is somewhat subjective. We are pretty crunchy in our home. We feel like since the firestarters burn up, go up the chimney, and no one is inhaling it, we don’t worry about it.
Even if you’re using it in an open style fireplace, it still burns up in a couple minutes, and the toxicity level is likely nothing. Again, this would be up to your comfort level.