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Description:

The briquette maker makes use of waster newspaper as paper brick for home use stove fuel. Made of quality iron material, strong structure, good workmanship and durable to use. No more waste paper to throw, and save stove fuel cost. Economical and environment friendly. The item is suitable for every family, don't miss the practical briquette maker.

"p" "b"Specifications:

"p" Condition: 100% Brand New

"p" Material: Iron

"p" Color: as picture

"p" Size: Approx. 25.6 x 12.6 x 8.2cm / 10 x 5 x 3.2inch

"p" Package Weight: 2.67kg

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"p" "b"How to Use?

"p" 1. You can just tear up the waste paper like old newspaper and journals into pieces and soak them in water overnight.

"p" 2. Put the soaking paper in the briquette maker basket and squeeze out excess water.

"p" 3. Move it to dry place and wait for it becoming dry paper brick then you can use it as stove fuel.

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"p" "b"Package Included:

"p" 1 x Briquette Maker

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