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full circle
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I have already searched this thread but haven`t found a satisfactory American product that has no scent. Does anyone know of one? To be used in a fire wallet, close up.

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Why don't you try mixing your favorite cologne with your lighter fluid? Not much though just enough to change the smell.
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Thanks Jim will try that technique, maybe a little Chemistry 101 huh? Hey just had a thought while I was thinking about mixology. Maybe one of my favorite pasttimes, a little toddy for the body (or wallet) could work. After all I`ve seen a blue flame on some served drinks. Thinking about vodka, gin etc. Say that calls for a little experimintation at my favorite local watering hole. I`m off and running to ask the "experts."

Thanks for the 100 proof inspiration Jim! Have an "Irish Coffee" on me! Poof, I`m outta here!
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I have heard during a David Stone lecture that there is an odorless lighter fluid but have been unable to find it on his site or the internet .
Anyone heard of such a thing ??
In England now we are non smoking indoors so it is more relevent than ever .
If anyone knows an Odourless source in U.K. that would be great .
Thanks
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Hi all,

Yes, I just saw some tonight, odorless lighter fluid by Kingsford. As well, 180 proof RUM, and there used to be a corn based charcoal lighter fluid made in the early 90's. I've googled it in the past and emailed the company to no response. Might try calling.
At an IBM convention I bought some odorless fluid from a Japan manufacture but it all spilled out enroute home, AND... it didn;t even leave a trace of chemical evidence. Like to find more of that.

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Nothin' like the smell of lighter fluid in the morning
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Take a look at this site it shows some alternatives plus the composition of lighter fluid itself.


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Full please check out http://www.Shaunyee.Com hes even got colored fluid.Theone your asking about is called cold fire. See what you come with. Let me Know.
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