|1. Use the tin-snip or the scissors to cut one tomato paste can so
that it is approx. 2 inches (5 cm) deep. Cut the other tomato paste can
to the same depth.
|2. Use the thumb tack and the hammer to punch small holes
(40-50) around the inside of the bottom of the can. About 1/8
inch (2-3 mm) from the edge. DO NOT PUNCH THE THUMB TACK
NEEDLE COMPLETELY THROUGH. Make as small holes as
possible. This will be the top of the burner. Use the hammmer
and the short screw (or preferably a knife) to punch a hole
that is just big enough for the screw to be screwed into the
hole, in the middle of the can. This hole will be used to
refuel the burner. It is neccessary for the screw to be approx
1/3 inch (1 cm) wide to make the refueling efficient.
3. Use the scissors or the tin snip to cut diagonal slits in the
burner top. These slits makes it possible to force the top into the
bottom of the burner. Use a hammer to force the top so far into the
bottom that the burner is sealed. Tap gently at the edge of the top,
with a hammer, to do this.
4. Make a funnel out of the tin foil and tape that fits in the
refueling hole of the burner.