Rip n Burn
Fatwood Rip N’ Burn strips start fast and burn hot, even when wet. 100% all natural with no chemicals or additives, it’s the safer, simpler way to start any fire. Lightweight, compact and storage-safe, Rip n Burn Fatwood can go where you go – ideal for fireplaces, chimeneas, wood & pellet stoves, firepits, campfires or emergency kits.
100% All Natural
No Chemicals or Additives
Rip N Burn fatwood is made from the same highly resinous pine stumps that our fatwood and firedrops are. They came about as another method of reclaiming “waste” wood that was still just as useful as our fatwood sticks
They’re environmentally friendly too! In fact, all of our products are created with wood from non-endangered pine species and using sustainable yield forestry practices.
Attractively packaged, easily stored and displayed, our products and in-store displays attract attention in any retail environment. All Better Wood Products ® are individually UPC barcoded, as well as master carton barcoded.
We offer both private labeling and custom packaging to your specifications.
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Questions about Rip ‘n Burn Firestarter
What is Rip ‘n Burn made of?
Fatwood! Rip ‘n Burn is actually a “waste” product that has the same firestarting abilities as fatwood sticks. The only difference is shape.
Is Rip ‘n Burn all natural too?
Yes! Rip ‘n Burn is simply fatwood in another form. It is made from the chopped stumps of pine trees, full of natural fast-starting resin.
Why should I buy Rip ‘n Burn versus fatwood?
Can I use it for hiking and camping?
Sure! In fact, due to its shape and thin profile, it’s excellent for ultralight hikers and backpackers. Moreover, you can snap off just as much as you need. This is much easier than shaving off feathers of fatwood with a knife.
What Customers Say
Just received my order of Fatwood and so far I’m quite pleased. Did a quick test burn in the fireplace and it caught quickly. Wood is not a primary source of heat in my area, so I’m often forced to deal with whatever wood that I can find. I like that I can break off as much as I need and tailor the size to my needs.
This should last a loooing time! I have a Jotul 550 wood insert and I use 3 or 4 Fatwood pieces that I snap into about 5 pieces each. As I build the fire I add a few pieces to each level. Long burn and much more consistent if a burn than paper. Also does not block airflow as a wad of paper does.
David C. Tashik Jr.
I’ve had no difficulty starting any fires in my wood stove using these.
The pieces are wide and flat. Very easy to start a fire.
Although it burns well and is a fine product, I prefer a more rounded piece of fat wood rather than the flat, approximately 1 1/2″ wide pieces. Just a personal preference, however, and the product was otherwise flawless.