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Cold alcohol does burn sucky but there are a couple of ways to make life easier in cold weather. Carry a single or double shot of fuel in a plastic bottle in your coat pocket to keep it 'not icy', doesn't have to be actually warm. Put something between the burner and the snow/cold ground. A small disk of skinny plywood is all you need. Prewarm the (empty!) burner a bit with a lighter. All that sounds like a drag but it would have to be pretty nippy to be needed. I've made a load of pop can stoves, diy cook sets etc, all hugely interesting. Zen Stoves has it all. As with all alco stoves, draughts are the constant enemy, the search for the perfect windscreen goes on......
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https://youtu.be/nx9aRQ4o87c
Found a new twist. Could use some tweeking but I like it
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https://youtu.be/Y1V2-niL81M
Help me out here, what is that insulation type material he put in it?
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https://www.instructables.com/id/Sim...n-Penny-Stove/

According to the article: Using 1 empty tuna/chicken can, 1 hole puncher, fuel like Rubbing Alcohol, a lighter or match, a marker, and a measuring tape
Mark the can with a marker evenly about every half inch making sure they are near the top and straight. The more holes, the more even the pot will heat. However, if your fuel isn't strong enough, the flame wont be able to come out of all the holes. The less holes, the further the flames will shoot out. If your hole puncher didn't punch out the whole hole, just bend the piece with your fingers until it comes off or toward the inside the can. Pour some fuel into the can and light it! The flame should not go through the top until you place a pot on top of it. When through with the stove, snuff it out by putting a pot over it removing any oxygen.
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Help me out here, what is that insulation type material he put in it?
My guess is ceramic fiber.
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