DIY Survival Tuna Can Torch
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Alright, here is one of those survival hacks that kinda give you a little giggle, when someone first suggests that it is actually possible. So we will assume that you do not have any light source like the diy 50 hour candles or this diy survival soda can lantern. Well you can make this diy survival tuna can torch, instead.

Super simple project, will take a maximum of about 2 minutes to make one of these. Of course we are assuming that you have at least one can of tuna available to you or in your bug out bag, and that the tuna is in vegetable oil. You now have a very good reason to include a tuna can in your survival kit.

DIY Survival Tuna Can Torch

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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • unopened tuna can
  • screw driver or nail
  • lighter
  • toilet paper

Step By Step Instructions

Step 1.

Use the screwdriver to make a hole in
the center of your tuna can.

DIY Survival Tuna Can Torch

Step 2.

Take one section from your toilet paper
and roll it out lengthwise into a wick.

DIY Survival Tuna Can Torch

Step 3.

Stick your toilet paper wick into the hole in your tuna can.

DIY Survival Tuna Can Torch

Step 4.

Light up your torch, using the lighter.

DIY Survival Tuna Can Torch

No need to worry about any bad smells coming from this torch, plus you can even open up the can and still eat the tuna afterwards. As far as burning time is concerned, you can expect this to burn for about 2 to 3 hours.

You can watch the video below on how to make a tuna can torch…


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