How to Make a Candle with a Can of Tuna: Does This Work? [Video]
Are you ready for another episode of "Does this work?"
I'm going to show you how to make a candle from a can of tuna.
Pretty neat. I think this would be perfect for those roughing it camping trips, use it in place of a sterno can to keep food warm or if you have no electricity and no available candles. Heck, you can use it as a survival tip in case of an apocalypse.
Here's what it looks like with a globe.
I was told it burns up to two to three hours. Mine only lasted a little over an hour. It could be due to it's size. It's a small five ounce can. Or possibly, it's because it's the generic brand from the grocery store. Either way the tuna is still edible after the oil is completely burned off.
Well now you know what I'm having for lunch today then don't you. Yep, tuna salad. HA!