All-Natural Firestarters

By Stokes

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These all-natural firestarters get flames going quickly and easily, without using any accelerants or kerosene. Stokes uses just three ingredients—sawdust, paraffin wax, and recycled egg cartons—and that’s all. Light one under charcoal or wood to start a fire in the fireplace, on the grill, or in a wood burning stove.

  • Made in the USA: Natick, MA
  • Materials: Hardwood sawdust, paraffin & pulp carton
  • Each box contains twelve firestarters
  • To use: Separate one firestarter from pack and place it under firewood or charcoal. Light the Stoke with a match or lighter and allow to burn
  • Made from all-natural and chemical-free materials
  • Kindling and fuel-free design
  • Burns for 12-14 minutes
  • For both indoor or outdoor use
  • Great for fireplaces, charcoal grills, wood burning stoves, campfires & outdoor firepits
  • For use with adult supervision
  • Dimensions: Each: 1.5" x 2" D
  • Weight: 0.6 lbs.

50 Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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One of the best products on the market.

3/12/2019 by Sandi

This is my 3rd order for this product. We love it.



2/14/2019 by Suzanna

I love these fire starters. They do the trick everytime



2/13/2019 by larry



Great product!!!

11/30/2018 by Sandi

I got these for my husband last year. He liked them do well, I ordered 2 more boxes this year.


Great fire starter

11/29/2018 by Sandra

My son lives on Long Island. The winters get very cold. I sent the All-Natural Firestarters to him to make it easier to start fires in the fireplace. He loves them.More > < Less

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About Stokes

Clean Burn

Teenager Adam Liszewski is the brains behind these all-natural fire starters. They’ve grown from their original DIY Christmas gifts into a cottage industry—and beyond—in just a few years.

This enterprising teen began making Stokes after realizing the firestarters for his family’s wood burning stove didn’t light quickly enough. After a few prototypes he landed on the perfect combination of ingredients: sawdust, paraffin wax, and recycled egg cartons. That’s all you need (plus a match) to light a charcoal grill, fireplace, or even a campfire.

Stokes leave out all the nasties commonly used in firestarters, like kerosene or accelerants. The response was so positive, Adam soon recruited his family to keep up with demand. They worked an assembly line in the basement. When they outgrew that space, he partnered with The Charles River Center, an organization that connects mentally and physically impaired adults with employment.

Adam’s invention lights fires while helping his local community and the environment . . . and he’s only a teenager. We can’t wait to see what sparks his interest next.