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4 Things You Can Do With Your Charcoal Burner Right Now

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This is the 21st century we live in. Do you think people have the time to wait for their coal to start smoldering? No, and that is why charcoal burners have come into existence. It only takes 3 minutes to get the charcoal started on these portable electric stoves and they cool down just as quickly for storage.  


  1. Travel


That family camping trip you’ve been putting off? It’s time you hit the great outdoors. Pack your bags and head out but don’t forget to bring the coal burner with you. It starts campfires, makes tea and coffee, gets hookahs going, and all this in an instant. It cools down fast for storage and takes up minimal space in your bag. 


  1. Throw a BBQ party


Become the king of the grill at your backyard barbecue and bamboozle everyone by starting charcoal instantly. 


  1. Get your friends together for a Hookah Hangout 


Buy a charcoal burner for yourself to never let the party stop. Charcoal burners are also super safe and easy to handle even if things get a little tipsy. They come with a detachable handle that doubles as a pair of tongs, providing you with a safe way to handle the coals.  They are also extremely portable and can easily fit into your hookah bag with the rest of the paraphernalia. 


  1. Make yourself a hot beverage


The charcoal burner also comes with a stainless steel removable tray that is easy to clean and can be used for warming water. You can then add a tea bag or coffee into it to get your caffeine fix on the go. 


How to use a charcoal burner to start coal?


  • Plug the charcoal burner into a socket.

  • Place the coals inside the metal tray.

  • Switch the device on.

  • Wait for the coals to turn red hot all around which won’t take more than three minutes.

  • Keep flipping the coals every few seconds when the coals are on the electric stove.

  • Natural coals may take a little longer than others but the process should be the same.


If you’re still dubious about charcoal burners, then read this to get convinced.  


Here are a few combinations of steam that you can try depending on what you’re trying to achieve or the type of skin you have- 


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