InstaFire Summer Uses
Football, Basketball Games
With Instafire, you’ll spend more time getting stoked for the game then stoking the flames. Break out your Bratwursts and briquettes, and get fired up for your team.
Traveling Cross-Country on Motorcycle
When traveling cross-country on your V-Twin Cruiser, you will be glad that that you brought along your InstaFire. The single-use pouches are lightweight and are compact enough that they take very little space in your saddlebags.
It is a perfect accessory for any “easy rider.”
Grilling hamburgers, hot dogs, steak and more!
When the occasion calls for hamburgers, hot dogs or s’mores, nothing gets your charcoal ready like InstaFire.
- Pour ½ cup of InstaFire or place a single-use pouch on the bottom of the grill.
- On the grate above, place the charcoal.
- Light the InstaFire, and in just a few minutes your coals will be red-hot and ready to grill.
If your BBQ does not have a separate grill for charcoal, place InstaFire at the bottom of the grill; mound if possible. Arrange briquettes around and if able on top of the InstaFire. Leave space for air; otherwise, you will smother your flame.
If you are all out of charcoal or you just want to quickly fry your food, use InstaFire as a standalone fuel. Once your fire is lit, add ½ cup or single-use pouch every 15-20 minutes to keep your fire burning.
With family and loved ones aboard, Instafire is the safest choice. By burning “green” without harmful chemicals or vapors such as Benzene, InstaFire will boost your confidence when firing up your grill.
When cycling in the mountains or on the open road, there will always be room for lightweight, compact Instafire in your panniers. Whether you are starting a comfortable campfire for warmth or for an emergency during a crisis, InstaFire will have your fire glowing in a matter of minutes.
No matter the circumstance, you will be glad that InstaFire came along for the ride!
Off Road Exploring with 4-Wheeler, 4x4 Truck
Don’t forget to throw a few pouches of InstaFire and matches/lighter in your saddlebags when exploring off road. All it takes is a small mechanical problem, and you could be stranded miles from camp, running out of daylight and warmth.
With InstaFire, you can turn a long, cold night into a warm adventure worthy of exaggeration.
InstaFire Camping Uses
No more dropping to your knees and getting a face full of smoke when starting your evening campfire; instead, simply pour a small mound or place a single-use pouch of InstaFire under your wood, and light. InstaFire requires two steps that are easy, safe and reliable.
For those long trips in your Mobile Home,Trailer, Camper take InstaFire in bulk. You can choose from our 4- or 2-gallon buckets. Both are lightweight and have enough fuel power to light numerous fires.
You never know when a summer jaunt will become an adventure. That is why you should always carry the InstaFire Explorer 10 pack. You will be able to start fires even in rainy, windy conditions. It can even be lit on snow. InstaFire can save the day when you need warmth and food.
InstaFire is so compact and lightweight that it will fit snuggly in your backpack without slowing you down — each pouch weighs 1.8 oz.
If faced with adverse weather, nothing beats InstaFire. No more hunting for dry tinder and kindling; no more hauling wood in unfavorable weather. Instead, it only takes a pouch of InstaFire to light and burn in rain, wind, sleet and snow.
Dutch Oven Cooking
When the occasion calls for a Dutch oven, InstaFire will quickly get your briquettes hot and ready. Start by lighting InstaFire under your charcoal, and within minutes, your coals will be ready!
Fishing and Hunting
InstaFire gives you a hot, even flame without unexpected flare-ups. Whether you are boiling water, frying up fresh-caught trout, or grilling steaks backwoods-style, InstaFire is the optimal choice for any camp chef.
Camping in a Tent
There is no reason to hunt for wood when starting a fire lakeside, along the river or anywhere up in the mountians. You can use InstaFire right on the ground (if permitted), and it will burn damp driftwood if needed. Whether you are warming up, drying off or cooking breakfast, lunch or dinner, Instafire will quickly get you warm, dry and fed.
Mountain Climbing (Mountaineering)
Need a little warmth for an alpine bivouac above timberline? Toss a few pouches of InstaFire in your pack, and enjoy your environmentally-friendly fires. Made from all-natural ingredients has Instafire burning “green” with very little leftover ash. With no harmful chemicals or vapors, you can truly enjoy the refreshing, mountain air.
InstaFire Winter Recreation
Snowboarding and Skiing Powder!
It’s just you, the mountain and freshly fallen powder. Away from the roads; away from the crowds; the day just can’t get better, but … it can get worse. All it takes is a tweaked ankle, and your idyllic afternoon just turned complicated. Perhaps your need is more simple. Maybe your backcountry snowboarding has you wanting a cup of hot cocoa before heading back up the ridge. With InstaFire, you can boil water right over a mound of InstaFire poured on the snow, or use it to start a survival fire with one match. Either way, you will be glad that you brought a few pouches of InstaFire with you.
InstaFire burns hot and clean, and one pouch gives you enough fire to dry out even snow-covered wood. InstaFire. Don’t leave the road without it.
Looking on the bright side! Most likely you'll want to get to the lodge after many sessions of shredding the slopes! But when you get to the lodge they tell you they only have wet wood to light a fire! No worries! Need a hot cup of soup or a small fire to warm you up? It will only take a minute at the lodge or on the slopes. InstaFire not only instantly lights, but it will also burn damp, wet wood. It is the fastest and most convenient way to start a fire, and the best part is that it is environmentally friendly.
Snowmobiling on snowmobiles (Snow Machines as they say in Idaho!)
A broken down sled can mean an unexpected night exposed to the elements. However, when you are toting InstaFire, the only exposure an unexpected night may bring is a crackling fire that provides warmth, food and security.
One of the advantages to InstaFire is that it burns from the top down, and it has insulating qualities. This is why you can easily light it on the snow, and why the snow doesn’t immediately start melting. When building a fire on the snow:
- Stamp down an area in the snow to give your fire a more stable base.
- Pour a mound of InstaFire right on the snow. Don’t spread it out; this diminishes the insulating qualities of InstaFire that keep it from melting the snow beneath.
- Light the InstaFire from the top with a match or lighter. It will light right away and give an even, clean flame.
- Add wood if desired. Don’t worry if it’s wet. InstaFire burns hot enough to dry out the wood.
- Periodically, stir the InstaFire to make sure that you burn the entire product
Snowshoeing enthusiasts are ecstatic because they can now enjoy their winter walks and keep warm, dry and fed. Weighing about 1.8 oz each pouch, the InstaFire Explorer (10-pack of single-use pouches) won’t slow anyone down, but it will warm them up … even when the wood is wet.
Enjoying a trek through the backcountry has never been so hassle and worry free.
InstaFire's patented blend of inert minerals, recycled wood and paraffin makes it possible for you to build a fire right on the ice. Don’t worry about not having wood for fuel; even wet or snow-covered wood will dry out and burn beautifully when placed over a mound or pouch of InstaFire.