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Simply a lighter orange and and a more orange yellow.
First you need to identify which type of fuel cartridge you need. You can determine this by looking inside the cap you screwed off to expose the fill valve. The inside of the cap will be color coded red, gold, blue, or green. Use a Dupont refill cartridge of the corresponding color. You can refuel a Dupont lighter using a steady hand and a regular butane cannister, but I don't recommend it. I broke the valve on one of mine that way after successfully refueling it for over a year. I was traveling a lot, and had a hard time finding Dupont fuel cartridges, so I got in the practice of using whatever butane I could find. Don't do this. Even if you've got practice at it, you'll probably break your lighter eventually and they're expensive to fix. There are metal screw-in adapters available, which will work just fine, too. Again, these are coded as to the type of lighter indicated by the color under the fill cap. So, once you have either a metal adapter or a Dupont cartridge that fits your lighter, remove the fill cap, lightly press down on the valve stem to release any remaining gas and air which may have leaked in, and then firmly screw in either the gas cartridge or the adapter. If you're using a gas cartridge, simply let it sit until the cartridge is visibly empty, and then quickly unscrew the cartridge. The cartridges are single use, and your lighter is now refueled. If you're using an adapter, use a butane can with a cone shaped plastic sleeve over the valve stem, and press firmly against the hole in the adapter. Fill until butane begins to leak around plastic sleeve, remove the butane can and quickly unscrew the adapter. Some people recommend freezing the lighter first, by placing it in the freezer for several minutes. The theory is that a cold lighter will allow a larger amount of fuel in before the pressure balances against the remainders in the cartridge. I haven't found this to actually give any benefit. If more fuel is successfully transferred to the lighter this way, it's a very small amount and doesn't make a significant difference. When refueling, it's also a good time to check your flint. Running a flint too short can result in pushing the flint ram against the striker and cutting a groove in the flint ram. It'll still work after you've damaged the ram in that way, but it's a preventable bit of damage and really annoying should you accidentally do so.
It was a rich cream color.
You push the little metal wheel to create a spark and then when you push the button the lighter fluid in the bottom is released. The fluid changes to a gas (Butane) when it is exposed to the air. The spark lights the gas which sets on fire. The flame will continue burning until you release the button.
The companies web site lists the answer : Yellow commissioned DuPont to determine what color was most visible from the greatest distance for the fleet. After careful research, DuPont presented a color, dubbed "Swamp Holly Orange." And so the company named Yellow had an official color-orange-the safest color on the road.
the color of the sky is a baby blue or lighter
A lighter version of purple.