Quickly Dry Out A Soaked BIC Lighter

Quickly Dry Out A Soaked BIC Lighter
Accidents happen and dropping your BIC lighter in water could be a reality you might face in the backcountry. If you find yourself with a BIC lighter that just won’t ignite, don’t worry! This simple trick will teach you how to quickly fix a BIC lighter that’s been soaked with moisture. Exercise caution and analyze the situation before using the tip to avoid igniting materials unintentionally.

Quickly Dry Out A Soaked BIC Lighter
My BIC LIGHTER Collection 2017
These are all the lighters I’ve managed to empty without losing over the years. Tell me what you think in the comments!

My BIC LIGHTER Collection 2017

14 thoughts on “Quickly Dry Out A Soaked BIC Lighter”

  1. Fuck Im at a river bout to light up a joint and my lighter falls in to water,if this works…

  2. Thank you so much! Was worried I was gonna have to go to the gas station and buy a new one at midnight LOL

  3. Dropped lighter in kitchen sink and was panicking as I did not have a spare. One little stone out the garden later, and you have saved my child from a sure and certain death because "Mum couldn't have a sly smoke out back". Thanks! (I did not have an "bid lighter". This worked with just a regular cheap disposable lighter you can pick up at the 7/11)

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