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bio website andrewwelch.info
location London
age 32
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seen Oct 6 '14 at 17:10
  • I founded a cycling community and mountain bike guided tour company in Georgia called Georiders.
  • I cycled from England to India, and across Mongolia.
  • I wrote a book about my cycling journeys called 'Weave of the Ride'.
  • My personal website is www.andrewwelch.info

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accepted What material is the wick under the burner on a multi-fuel stove?
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comment How do I fold in / tidy up the straps on my rucksack?
I ended up doing this. My walk report is at bajada.andrewwelch.info
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accepted Why did my new sleeping bag come with 2 bags - one large and one stuff sack?
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comment What material is the wick under the burner on a multi-fuel stove?
Thanks. I also bought some cotton rope from a chandlery ( sailing shop) to try.
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comment What material is the wick under the burner on a multi-fuel stove?
Can you give any evidence that its usually made of fibreglass?
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comment What material is the wick under the burner on a multi-fuel stove?
Apparently Fibreglass won't do this job as it won't soak up the fuel.
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comment What material is the wick under the burner on a multi-fuel stove?
Although a nice answer. It doesn't answer my question of what the material is.
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comment What material is the wick under the burner on a multi-fuel stove?
What about Silica - this is a material that appears to be used for wick. My dad said he used to use cotton wool to light a blow torch.