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Slit Fire (Rakovalkea) - An Interesting Finnish Fire Lay

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A slit fire, sometimes referred to as a gap fire but also known as a ‘rakovalkea‘ gap fire in Finland, is a type of fire lay that is popular in Scandinavia. It is believed to have originated in Finland, and it gets its name from the way that the logs are arranged in a slit formation with a gap between them.

Slit fires are said to have many benefits over traditional fire lays. Once set and lit, they require very little maintenance and will burn a long time. They also produce less smoke. Additionally, slit fires are said to be easier to light and require less kindling than other types of fire lays.

If you are looking for an alternative to one of the more traditional fire lays, then the rakovalkea gap fire may be a good option for you.

It is a simple yet effective way to build a fire, and it has many benefits that make it worthy of consideration.

How to Build a Finnish Rakovalkea Gap Fire (Slit Fire)