How to use the TrailStove
1. Place the stove on even ground with the large exhaust hole on the side of the body facing away from the wind so that smoke will not go into the food to be cooked. Make sure there is nothing combustible nearby such as dry grass, wood, leaves, clothes etc
[/td][td]2. Fill the combustion chamber approximately half-full with lightly packed wood. If the combustion chamber is completely full the performance will be poor. Place some easily combustible material under the combustion chamber such as a crumbled up piece of paper or some dry grass. Insert the blow-tube into the hole on the side of the stove.[/td][/tr]
[tr][td]3. Ignite the material under the stove. In a few minutes there will be a steady fire burning in the combustion chamber. The process can be sped up by blowing gently into the blow-tube. If the wood in the chamber is wet it will take a few minutes more before a steady fire is reached.
4. Once the fire is steady, blow air through the blow-tube to increase the intensity of the fire.