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Posted:I was given a fire-hack from a guy in australia- on my way to byron. he was just starting to sell them- calling them "hot-sacks" anyways- I still have it but it got a hole in it- lost rocks from inside and haven't been able to repair it with something that stands up to the fire.
has anyone else seen one of these? I would love one that doesn't fall apart. Ideas for repair?
Posted:There is an old thread about these that might come up if you do a search. It talked alot about ways different people made them, though this was a few years ago and I am sure that it has been revised a bit.
Have you tried Kevlar patches?
Pele Higher, higher burning fire...making music like a choir "Oooh look! A pub!" -exclaimed after recovering from a stupid fall "And for the decadence of art, nothing beats a roaring fire." -TMK