The upside down fire or so call top-down fire, always uses split, dry firewood to make it easy to start.
Most people start fires in their fireplaces by burning at the bottom of the base. However, for a truly long lasting and effective fire, it’s best to actually start burning from the top.
It’s a cleaner burn with less smoke and better combustion, therefore, gives off higher efficiency of heat than the tipi-esque fire method. It also needs less tending, no chance the fire will collapse and smother itself. This is a fantastic technique for those of you who like to set it and forget it.
It generates minimal start-up smoke.
You should try this upside down fire technique in your stove, fireplace or next campfire because you will certainly like it.
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