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Old 06-28-2005, 09:15 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Michael in FtW
If you think the lighter fluid taste is bad try what my X brother-in-law used to do (he is a painter) because he was too cheap to buy lighter fluid - he used naptha or paint thinner!

ughhhhh, that must be disgusting michael.
on a camping trip when i was young, we tried to use a little gasoline because someone forgot the lighter fluid. not only did we eat mostly raw chicken (we didn't realize how long it took to cook. it was burnt outside, raw inside) but it was petrol flavored to boot. yuk.

just before i bought my chimney, i started to use a new lighter fluid from duraflame. it is made from citrus oil, and kinda smells like orange cleaner. it doesn't smell too bad when it's burning, and there's almost no lighter fluid taste on the food.
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