There’s no need to drench charcoal in lighter fluid (or buy pre-soaked briquettes) to achieve a steady flame. Instead, invest in an inexpensive chimney starter to quickly and safely light the coals. 
Find out exactly how to start a gas grill using a chimn
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Light This Fire

There’s no need to drench charcoal in lighter fluid (or buy pre-soaked briquettes) to achieve a steady flame. Instead, invest in an inexpensive chimney starter to quickly and safely light the coals.

Find out exactly how to start a gas grill using a chimney starter.

 








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