Pack dryer lint into a small glass jar. You can fill it to the top, or do this in layers, making it easier to saturate all of your lint with oil.
Pour some oil over the dryer lint, adding enough to fully wet all of it. I've found that the best way to get the oil dispersed throughout is to press on the lint and oil until the oil spreads throughout the entire jar. Keep adding layers of lint and oil until your jar is full, or until you have used up all of your materials.
You now have your dryer lint fire starters ready! It's easy as that!
To use your fire starter, pull off a small piece of oiled dryer lint and ignite it. It should burn for long enough to help you start your fire!
Recipe printed from Oh, The Things We'll Make! Blog. https://thethingswellmake.com/no-wax-dryer-lint-fire-starters/