Yes, lighters are simple tools. They all use the same fundamental principles: heat, and fuel.
The idea of creating a spark as a flame heat source and fuel to sustain it is an ancient one that’s still harnessed today in modern lighters.
Take the Zippo lighter as an example; it has a canister full of butane and a wick that sticks out of the top. When the striker sparks, the wick ignites. Voila! Fire.
The same idea is achievable even without a lighter. Of course, having a lighter on you makes it much easier to produce a flame but only if you know what you’re doing.
Holding a large hot flame against a water soaked log is futile. So you still need to understand the basic principles of fire starting. Read more about usb lighter.
Here’s a rough and dirty guide:
- You need to start with a dry, fibrous