Your fire-starting ritual just went up in smoke and Abeego set the blaze. Introducing the Abeego Fire Starter, the most versatile starter since humans domesticated fire. Boasting aside, you’ve never started a fire until you’ve started an Abeego Fire.
Abeego’s Four-In-One Fire Starter scorches all the others in one inferno. So long ignitable liquid, kindling, pressed wax tinder, and even natural tinder like dry grass, leaves, and pine needles. Yes, this one tool lights even the most challenging fires with minimal effort. No matter the environment, this fire starter morphs into just the right fuel for the job limited only by your imagination, ingenuity, and tenacity. You bring the spark, we bring the Swiss Army Knife of Fire Starter.
4 Common Ways to Light a Fire vs. Abeego
Lighting a fire is part art, part science, and more often, a generational wisdom passed down for a trusted method. No matter the method, our Fire Starter can likely replicate it and probably beat it. They’re shapeshifters, morphing from kindle to tinder, you can spread them to light a large surface, or press them into a brick for a long-lasting and concentrated burn. Think of it as a high-powered, multi-purpose wick that’s easy to use, waterproof, wind resistant, and quick to light for fires that range from recreational to survival. This light-it-and-leave-it fire starter will have the campfire, charcoal barbecue, wood stove, or fireplace roaring before the first beer is cracked or first hand is dealt. Read on to learn how we stack up to the other guys.
Ignitable Liquid vs. Abeego
Sure these smelly, chemical-heavy, potentially dangerous igniters light a large surface on fire but hopefully, we’ve all seen enough fail videos to avoid this method altogether. Worst case scenario, you’ll get first-degree burns or start a wildfire. The best case will leave you sans eyebrows and with a nickname you’ll never live down.
Abeego, on the other hand, is all-natural, has a pleasant aroma, and no harmful chemicals. It can be spread continuously to light a large surface area with no dangerous flare-ups so it’s ideal for starting pellet-based fires easily, with no strenuous blowing or fanning required. Bonus, your hot dogs won’t taste like they were dipped in gasoline.
Kindling vs. Abeego
Kindling; you know it as fatwood, chopped wood kindling, or good old-fashioned twigs has been used to get a fire going since the dawn of time but it’s far from hassle-free. Starting a fire with kindling requires a sharp blade, solid know-how, dry wood, and even dryer tinder. Even the most seasoned vet knows when campers are tired and hungry the optimal materials can be as elusive as a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. If it’s already dark, it’s off to bed cold, wet, and hungry.
Skip the stress and hassle with our superior, Four-in-One Abeego Fire Starter. No other fire starter can shapeshift from a stick of kindling to dry tinder without any tools or skill required. Remarkably versatile, they can light like a stick of kindling or be peeled apart to create dry tinder! Ultra lightweight and waterproof, makes them a welcome back-packing addition. You’ll be shouting, “Dinner time,” before the gang sets up their tents.
Pressed Wax vs. Abeego
This one trick-pony masquerades as convenient but anyone who’s been forced to use them knows they come with more hassle than ease. DIY Dixie cups or store-bought, they vary greatly from product to product and often require prolonged lighting times. When Mother Nature kicks up a gale you’d better have a torch to get these lit because a match or basic lighter won’t cut it.
Wind isn’t an issue for our Fire Starter. Our one-of-a-kind design means you can peel back just the right number of layers required for the conditions you face. Each layer is thin enough to light instantaneously. But thick enough to resist being blown out by the wind. With a bit of know-how, even a flint can get these bad boys started. The littlest firekeeper in training, under adult supervision, of course, can feel the success of starting a warming campfire.
Natural Tinder vs. Abeego
Paper, dry grass, and leaves do the trick when in abundance but sometimes gathering them is easier said than done. If you’re RV’ing, have physical challenges, or just don’t want to be bothered then gathering tinder is hands down the least reliable and most tedious method. If you’re determined to do it the way your grandfather did, you know you’ll be crouched down blowing and fanning for god knows how long while your family peppers you with ways to do it faster.
You’re not going to struggle to light a fire in front of your family again and you’ll never scour a stripped campground for scare tinder with these ridiculously reliable marvels in your back pocket. Abeego Fire Starter are your ticket to knocking your fire-making rival from the top spot and taking the crown. All hail the King, you!
7 Reasons Abeego is the Best Fire Starter in the World
Whether you’re against all odds, life on the line, or you just want to get cooking, you don’t want to doubt your fire lighting tools. Let’s just say, if MacGyver had access to Abeego Fire Starter, the show would’ve ended at the first commercial break.
Gain all this—sacrifice nothing:
🔥Fuss-free, light-it-and-leave-it reliable.
🔥Rises to the occasion no matter the environment.
🔥It’s a stick! No, it's a leaf! No, it’s grass! Actually, it’s all three.
🔥Burns long & slow or hot & fast, it’s up to you.
🔥All-natural, chemical-free, upcycled for the lightest footprint ever.
🔥Waterproof, ultra-lightweight, takes little to no space.
🔥Quick to light, wind resistant. No fanning or blowing required.
How to Use Abeego Fire Starter
Weather conditions, wood quality, and the type of fire you’re lighting will determine how you use our Fire Starter. One package can light 10-20 fires depending on the elements you're up against. Seasoned firemakers, experienced with Abeego, can stretch them even further. From pizza ovens to a classic campfire. Wet, dry, or even windy, we’ve got a way to slay the fire.
How to Light a Wood Pellet Fire
To light a large surface pull individual strips, spread evenly over the surface, and light each one. Check out our friends at Coulee Outdoor! To light a pizza oven, pull individual strips, crumple into a loose ball and light. The number of strips required will depend on outdoor conditions, so start with 7-10 individual strips and add or subtract until you determine how many will light your pellets the first time, every time.
How to Light a Dry Kindling
Hands down the easiest fire to light! Individual strips, gathered into a loose and airy ball, burn hot and fast and is all it takes to get dry kindling going. If an abundance of dry twigs are on hand, fewer strips are needed, conserving them for a time when the environment and conditions are more challenging.
How to Light a Wet Kindling
Tight, compact, and long burning, one full stick used as kindling will generally slay damp conditions. For added fire power build your kindling structure on a base of a loose, airy Abeego Fire Starter. Add full sticks as needed to keep the heat on until bigger logs have caught fire and the result is achieved.
How to Make a Feather Stick, no Blade Required
Feather sticks made with kindling are a must acquire life-skill if you haven’t earned that outdoor badge. But if you don’t want to risk your fingers, then it’s Abeego to the rescue! If you can pull a piece of tape, you can make a feather stick; no blade, hand-eye coordination, or first aid kit required. Work smarter, not harder.
A Zero Waste Commitment isn’t just Earth-Friendly, it’s the Right Thing to Do
We eat root-to-stem, value the whole-beast, and believe it’s our responsibility to steward the resources generously supplied by Mother Nature to not just sustain us today but to regenerate for tomorrow. That’s why we made the Abeego Fire Starter.
Crafted from flawed, imperfect or production floor cutting waste in our beeswax food wrap manufacturing facility, they’re the lynch pin to us achieving our zero-waste, circular manufacturing goal. Between our Fire Starter and our Mini Campfire, not a single shred of beeswax wrap EVER finds its way in the trash. These two products are never made using virgin beeswax wrap, because it’s simply too valuable to burn, so supplies are limited, or sort of limited. We’ve been hoarding our waste for 16 years, so the good news is we have enough to keep you burning for a long, long time!