Alex Ferrone: That's awesome, thanks for showing this! Terrific little apprentice too.
Elias Gonzales: Do you have to use saw dust in order to make it?
Cameron Mccormack/stone hunter: that looks so fun i want to try it ☺
222varminter: Hi there! Doesn't all the printing toner / color chemicals generate a lot of toxic smoke when burning? 0.o
Zachary Jesenovec: Can you donate me one brick maker? I can't buy it because of my mom, she just said no
Spencer De Tierra: Good stuff! Love the family time also.. How long does one of these bricks burn?
Geoff-rey Ellis: Thanks guys I always trust a man in a good t-shirt.. It will take a bit longer a couple of days to dry on this side of the pond I guess but I am getting started this afternoon following your instruction.
jonny chingas: Not worth the effort and the mess.
namoric: Neat. Thanks.
Thomas Randall: Cool video. I would suggest pressing the bricks over something to catch the water so you can reuse it. Just a thought.
Logan “LoDaVlogah” Hertz: Like the vid can you show how to make a paper brick (folded)
D Costello: What's the dry time for you? I just ordered the same one today. Got on amazon for $30 with free shipping. Almost bought the 4 in 1 press, but a lot of reviews say its pretty hard to press. That single looked easy when you did it. I was using a caulking gun with hole drilled pvc pipe.. Really time consuming and hard to get paper logs out the tube without breaking in half. I am still on trial and error with sawdust/paper mix, but I found using about one sunday paper and a loosely filled one gallon bucket of sawdust works well. Local lumber mill let me fill a 42 gallon contractor bag for free.
mhabdank: hey there-- just bought my kit! about how long does each brick burn? and i assume you also need to get those firestarters or how do you set it alight? thanks so much!
wnettles: Some great suggestions here. Yall are thinking outside of the box to be sure. I would add just a touch of potassium nitrate to the slurry, then, press and let dry in the sun for a week or two. If pressed into much smaller, thinner sticks, it makes an excellent fire starter stick and you don't have to use but one or two to get a big fire started. Potassium nitrate is commonly known as Saltpeter and can be purchased at almost any pharmacy. Just a thought. You might have to experiment around with the concentration, but, I find that a little will usually go a long way.
ckingclosur: let the paper in the bucket for 2 days then use the mixer and you will have better results and no need for the sawdust
Arcshane: Father son time what can be better
Luca P: like the final bye of the kid
wraithbannon: where did you get the press
TGANA TOPS: Wow!!! great idea subbed rated up and shared on Facebook.
Paul Sneyd: I would like to know how the paper brick burned? and is the heat given off good?