5.82 oz can of Ronson Multi-Fill Ultra Butane Fuel
Is Ronsonol naphtha?
It appears that contemporary Ronsonol is actually Zippo Lighter Fluid, which is a completely different product than Ronsonol from before 2010. The MSDS states that the new formula contains 30% Hydrotreated Light Naphtha, notwithstanding Zippo’s claim that it contains no naphtha.
Can I put butane fluid in a lighter?
You can be certain that your camping fuel, known as butane, will work in all of your lighters. The only sort of lighter you should be cautious about is jet lighters, which require a finer butane to fill (in order to avoid clogging).
How do you fill a Ronsonol lighter?
Place the butane tip into the lighter’s inlet valve. Filling the lighter with butane should be done upside down to avoid getting air into the lighter, which will cause it to malfunction.
Hold down the butane valve on the inlet valve for 5 seconds. The lighter will be full if you repeat this method one more time.
After filling, light the lighter and adjust the flame, which will be higher than you need.
Turn the screw on the bottom of the butane lighter to the “-” position using the tiny flat tip screwdriver. This screw is in the same place where you load the lighter with butane on some Ronson lighters.
Is Ronsonol lighter fluid naphtha?
The chemical family “Hydrotreated Petroleum Distillates” includes “Light Hydrotreated Distillate (70 percent)” and “Hydrotreated Light Naphtha (30 percent),” according to the Ronsonol MSDS.