How to get your KASHER onto a BIC® or CLIPPER® Lighter, and how to keep it tight:
Classic KASHER (made to fit a Bic) Tips:
Simply place the KASHER on the top of the Bic lighter at a 45º angle, and press it down over the metal head. From there, it should snap down to easily slide down your lighter.
If the standard KASHER ever becomes loose on your BIC lighter and needs to be tightened, simply pinch the flaps that hold the lighter's body together until you reach the desired tightness.
360 KASHER (made to fit a Clipper) Tips:
Slide the KASHER on your CLIPPER lighter starting from the bottom side of the lighter. With the KASHER and CLIPPER word marks on the same side and alignment, slide the KASHER upward to rest on the lighter's body.
If your KASHER 360 becomes loose on your CLIPPER lighter, pinch the side flaps (which hold the lighter's body) towards one another.
How to clean the end of your KASHER:
Clean the tip of your KASHER: heat the tip using the lighter's flame, and then wipe residue off with a paper towel.
How to fix the tip sticking out & snagging on clothing:
Take your KASHER off of the lighter, and slightly pinch the bottom flaps that hold the lighter's body, and gently bend the tip towards the body of the lighter (make sure to do this while the KASHER is off your lighter). Adjust to your desired tightness.
What is the KASHER Used for?
Always at your fingertips, this multipurpose lighter tool will help to make many tasks quicker and easier. End the search for a doo-dad, and equip your lighter with a KASHER.
Here are some handy uses, but keep in mind that a KASHER Lighter Tool's uses are only limited by one's imagination. There are hundreds of uses and counting.
A KASHER can be used to clean various pipes and other smoking and non smoking devices.
ROLL YOUR OWN
No more loose tips on your pre-rolls or roll-your-owns. KASHER makes it quick and easy to pack ends large and small.
Use your KASHER to open all those Amazon® boxes waiting for you at your doorstep when you get home. Leave the cooking knives in the drawer ; )
KASHER is a handy addition to any craft project, particularly when making a twine bracelet or macramé. By rubbing the twine along the edge of the KASHER lighter tool's stem, a person can easily cut through twine and other threads.