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DIY Oil Lamp
When a power outage strikes, hopefully your emergency supplies are up to date, complete with emergency power and lighting gear/options. Keeping a variety of flashlights, headlamps, and lanterns (along with batteries or solar power options to keep them charged) is ideal, but if your batteries runs out before the power turns back on, try making this DIY Oil Lamp to light your adventure. The San Francisco Globe shows us how to make an oil lamp that can last for 6-8 hours, using two common household items: an orange and some olive oil. Check out the tutorial here.
Tags: Diy, Light, Power outage
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Awesome! I have an emergency preparedness blog and I love finidng DIY project like this to help in am emergency. I will share this on my blog—
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Love the idea. However, one question. What is the wick made from?
The stem of the orange; the white fuzzy string in the center of all the natural slices. If you’re careful taking the orange apart, it will still be attached to the peel.
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Wow… Who knew! I love this type of information. :) Keep it up.