Dimensions (Overall): 9.9 Inches (H) x 4.4 Inches (W) x 2.8 Inches (D)
Weight: 32.0 fl oz (US)
Capacity (Volume): 32 Ounces
Item Number (DPCI): 009-06-0048
Use Kingsford Charcoal Lighter Fluid to fire up the grill and fan the flames of appetite at your next BBQ. This lighter fluid is made with a high quality formula, making it the best way to light traditional charcoal briquettes and gets you grilling quickly. The odorless charcoal lighter fluid leaves behind no aftertaste, so you are guaranteed a delicious smoky flavor in your food, which gives your guest an authentic BBQ experience. It is portable and easy to use, just squirt lighter fluid as per container's usage directions, over the piled charcoal and carefully light a match. Once the charcoal briquettes are covered with ash, you are ready for grilling. Kingsford Odorless Charcoal Lighter Fluid is great for use when grilling beef, chicken, pork, seafood or veggies. Add this odorless lighter fluid to your barbecue supplies and to ensure your cookouts are delicious.
Usage Directions: To open, place bottle on flat surface. Hold the neck of the bottle in one hand and flip the cap open with the other hand. A tool (like a screwdriver) may be used to carefully pry open the cap. Squirt liquid over piled charcoal. Use 1.6 fluid ounces per pound of charcoal. Close cap, pressing firmly until it snaps and locks. Never add to hot coals or fire. Light pile immediately. Begin cooking when coals are covered in gray ash.
Caution Statements: WARNING CARBON MONOXIDE HAZARD. Burning charcoal inside can kill you. It gives off carbon monoxide, which has no odor. NEVER burn charcoal inside homes, vehicles or tents. Never use gasoline to light charcoal. Do not ass lighter fluid directly to burning or hot charcoal. Make sure ashes are cold before discarding. Never barbeque indoors. Barbeque away from flammable items, overhangs and trees. Store briquets in a cool, dry place. California Proposition 65 warning: Combustion (burning) of this product, like other cooking methods, produces carbon monoxide and other substances know by the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or reproductive harm.