Want to learn how to make DIY Paper Fire Logs? What’s up, everybody! Welcome back to my laboratory, Where safety is number one priority. Today I’m going to show you how to make DIY Paper Log. As you can see, I saved up all the shredded paper like this, So, what we are going to do is fill it up with water. We’re gonna soak it up really, really well. I think that should be good enough. Pretty cool gadget, for single paper log briquette maker So, let’s open it up and see what’s all about It’s already assembled, so it comes assembled in the pack’s Boom! There is inserted inside of it Then what I’m going to do is just fill up these paper Like this Grab these wet paper and put it inside of this, log maker This is like one of the best way to recycle paper for sure This is cool Gotta get it even Let’s see Now I’m gonna put this insert, like this on top Next thing what we gonna to do is to goes like this and you see, these handles pushing on this insert and we just got to push it down wow! look how much water just came off Look at that Awesome! and whatever came off.
I’ll just swipe it up and throw it away and what you gonna do, is just press it one-time Ok next step what we’re gonna to do We supposed to remove that screen Wow! this is awesome! That’s so cool It’s says turn it upside down if needed This is like a bread loaf, this is awesome it is kinda a little bit messy, but it’s so much fun though Making my own paper logs I hope they work well too This way I can heat up my house, and not worry about wasting electricity as much for the heater Ok, then we’re gonna put the insert Push it in a little bit Wow! Look at that! So simple! all the way down, you wanna dump out all the water Open it We gonna remove this part Then we gonna pull this out It says, put it upside down, or the side if needed I guess I can push it from the bottom too This is awesome! and we got the log number two Look at that, paper log That’s amazing! Look how beautiful it is.
Now I’m gonna just set it somewhere by the sun, so it will dry off quickly So first of all, I’m going to get the fire going with the small twigs Because you wouldn’t put a big log, and try to start a fire with a giant log This paper is super condensed It might as well be a giant log, it’s really hard to start a fire with it We got the fire going with the small twigs, but the problem about the small twigs the fire burns really well, but it turns out so quickly So now we’re going to have to add some bigger pieces of logs or in this case it’s a paper log, let’s see how well it burns Ok, I’m going to time it, and see how long it’s going to burn for Actually I’ll put two logs like this, two paper logs You know what guys? This side of this paper log, it’s actually burning pretty well. The only question is how long will actually is going to burn for because we don’t want it to burn out too fast because we want something that burns for a long time. More on how to do DIY Paper Fire Logs.. keep reading..
But this is a diffidently cool way to recycle paper, because I’m going to heat up my house really well this winter with these paper logs so I don’t have to use as much electricity It’s pretty cool it’s been about 20 minutes, and look it’s still burning, let’s try to open it and let’s see what it looks like inside Whoa! Look at that! It’s not even burnt out that much inside of it, look it’s still all paper inside, so it’s gonna actually burn for very long time at least couple of hours, that’s for sure Because it’s so dense and if you set it on really hot coals it will burn, no problem, this is awesome and if it starts burning, all you have to do is simply grab your fireplace tool and just break it apart and it will burn really fast again or really well again Look at this, I can just break it in half So it burns a little more, pretty cool, I like this paper logs