Camp Stove Instructions

Camp Stove InstructionsCamp stoves are a necessary addition to any camping adventure. Almost any dish you prepare at home can be cooked on a camp stove. They are relatively inexpensive in price and they'll last for years if properly cared for. Using a camp stove isn't hard as most of its operations are relatively basic. By following a few basic steps, you'll be cooking food on your camp stove in no time.
 

Instructions

Difficulty: Easy

Things You’ll Need:
  • Propane bottle
 
Step 1
Select a flat, stable surface such as a picnic table to set your camp stove up on.
Step 2
Open the stove and lift out the metal grill so you'll be able to remove the fuel hose.
Step 3
Attach a propane bottle on the end of the fuel valve located on the end of the hose. The bottle should easily screw onto the valve. Make sure the propane bottle is securely attached.
Step 4
Set the propane bottle in its holder, if there is one. If not, set the bottle on the side of the stove away from the flame area.
Step 5
Turn the flame control knob on the front of the stove slightly on.
Step 6
Hold a match or lighter over the burner and the stove should light.
Step 7
Place your pot on the lit burner and adjust the flame to the heat level you desire. You now should be cooking on the camp stove.
 

Tips & Warnings

 
Always wipe off any dirt or food particles from the inside of the stove before you pack it away. Store your propane bottles in an area that will not be affected by flames of high heat.
 
Always wipe off any dirt or food particles from the inside of the stove before you pack it away.
 
Store your propane bottles in an area that will not be affected by flames of high heat.

Article Written By Joyce Starr

Joyce Starr is a professional writer from Florida and owns a landscaping company and garden center. She has published articles about camping in Florida, lawn care and gardening and writes for a local gardening newsletter. She shares her love and knowledge of the outdoors and nature through her writing.

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