Is lighter fluid still flammable if it's dry?
no, lighter fluid is not flamable if it is dry, because the "Dryness" is caused by the evaporation of the fluid. Basically, its not there anymore.
This is dangerous and will damage the lighter. Lighter fluid is made of naptha, the traditional dry cleaning fluid. It is highly flammable, but is not a gasoline product. The two are made by different processes. Fill your lighter with the reccommended product to prolong the life of the lighter.
No, it's not flammable.
I'm kind of at a loss that the question even has to be answered but, no, you can not use dry cleaning fluid in a cigarette lighter.
Yes, it is if the heat gets high enough.
No. If it is a latex paint, it is not flammable when its wet or dry. If its an oil paint, it is not flammable when it is dry.
I assume you mean the white spirit used in dry cleaning, not clear alcoholic spirits. It is said to be less flammable than turpentine, but yes, it is still flammable.
No, it's not flammable when dry, the flammable solvents has dissipated through the drying process. Dry Paint - Any paint product that is already dry can be safely disposed in the garbage. This includes empty containers. Please leave the lid off when disposing. Here is a site with more information: * http://www.swa.org/site/hhw/paint/paint.htm
Nitrocellulose is always kept dampened because it is extremely flammable when dry.
No, It is neither toxic nor flammable.
No. Charcoal lighter is usually refined kerosene and cigarette lighter fluid is naptha. Naptha is also a component in clothes dry cleaning compounds, so that is the reason it will take spots out of clothes. Naptha has a different flash point than kerosene, so do not try to fill lighters with it.
Hair is the most flammable; it is the only part that is dry. The rest of the body is saturated in various liquids such as blood, lymph, cerebro-spinal fluid etc., and all of these are made largely of water, which makes it difficult for them to burn.
No, Elmer's is not flammable. Well, less so when it's wet. Once dry, it's about as flammable as wood.
Not if the wick, flint or steel are wet. The flint needs to be dry enough to make a spark and the wick has to be filled with lighter fluid. But if you are trying to use your lighter in the rain or only the outside is wet it will be ok as long as the are careful to keep the inside dry.
before you put the wick in you need to get a little bowl of zippo fluid. Soak the wick in it for 5 minuets then allow it to dry then insert it into the zippo and then add zippo fluid to the lighter and set upsdie down for 5min then flip over and dry off top and use zippo. That simple. Your Friend David firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm pretty sure its only flammable when its dry, since its water based, it wouldn't be flammable in liquid form.
Dry Shampoo contains butane which makes it flammable. If you plan on going on an airplane don't take dry shampoo. In regards to other shampoos they may have a small chance of being flammable, but it's unlikely.
dry shampoo sometimes contains flammable substances, which may leave residue on your hair.
Instead of detergent, spray a little WD-40 or lighter fluid onto the clothing. WD-40 is effective in removing grease from some surfaces, as are some lighter fluids Perform a spot test on an inconspicuous area of your clothing before attacking the stain with the WD-40 or lighter fluid. It's better to be safe than sorry. Let the WD-40 or lighter fluid set into the clothing for 20 minutes. Wash out the WD-40 or lighter fluid… Read More
Yes, if they are dry. For example, don't smoke near a compost pile of dry coffee grounds.
Solvent based glues containing volatile aromatics or hydrocarbons are flammable. Water based glues are not flammable when wet but may burn when dry as would any organic material.
Christmas trees are not flammable if cared for in the proper way, it all depends on where you locate it and whether or not you water it enough to not dry.
No, if you're patient and let it dry before you smoke it then it should be fine. It will evaporate completely before you even hit it with the lighter yet still improve your high.
Petrol (gasoline) was used in the early days of dry cleaning. Its biggest disadvantages are its volatility (meaning there are large evaporation losses) and low flash point, making it a fire hazard. The most common solvents used today are halogenated hydrocarbons such as 'perc'. It is very effective as a grease solvent but has severe environmental issues. An alternative is to use 'hydrocarbon' solvents, which are in fact chemically similar to petrol, but much less… Read More
It depends on the quality of the paint. Higher quality house paints dry darker while paints made only for coverage and price tend to dry lighter.
dampen a rag with lighter fluid or mineral spirits. no you wont remove the polyurethane, its dry. but it will however remove the glue with no problem or blemishes in your poly.
ummm fluid is wet and non fluid is dry
Ideally, it should dry to the color of the chip. Higher quality paints darken as they dry, while lower quality paints will tend to dry lighter than they are when wet, however, they should all dry to the color of the chip. Depending on the lighting and colors of the accessories or surfaces that are in the area, the color could appear to be darker, lighter or have undertones that didn't show up at the… Read More
because dry are lighter
a dry powedr extinguisher
dry powder and foam
the fumes in nail polish are flammable. so if you paint some on a jar and hurry and close it and wait for it to dry then hurry and open it and stick in a match it will burn
For wet paint, the solvent carrier (typically mostly xylene) is extremely flammable. For dry paint, most of the coating is usually non-flammable pigment in a chlorinated binder, so it is not very flammable. The coating usually softens in extreme heat, however.
No, vodka (at 40% alcohol) has too much water in it. Everclear (75%) may work and everclear @ 95% will work the best. It still won't light as easily as zippo fluid but it'll work; if not, let your zippo dry out and you'll be all set to try something else.
the chemical inside the dry cell is the fluid where chemical reaction take place this fluid is CYTOPLASM
There is dry cell and wet cell. A dry cell has not fluid around it. A wet cell is surrounded by fluid of some sort, usually acid.
What is dry friction what are the types of dry friction what is fluid friction what are the types of dynamic or kinetic friction?
Fluid friction is the friction that occurs when an object moves through a fluid or gas.
There is no such thing as a regular ounce. A fluid ounce is a unit of volume. There are 16 fluid ounces (US) to the pint (US). A dry ounce is a unit of weight. There are 16 dry ounces to the pound. Frequently, the words fluid and dry are omitted. You have to know whether you're talking about volume or dry weight.
Yes: when dry ,they have a very flammable oil
Yes you can but be careful so you don't burn yourself. The chimney (the thing on top with holes) gets hot. Be sure to clean the wick and flint. To apply the gas or lighter fluid pull up on the chimney (but don't crush it!). The fuel container should come out. Then CAREFULLY pour the gas or lighter fluid into the packing. Make sure it doesn't over flow. Then put the fuel container back it… Read More
Both. There are dry ounces, which are a measure of weight, and fluid ounces, which are a measure of volume. Below are some useful conversions. See the Related Questions links for more conversions. Dry ounces: 1 dry ounce = 28.35 grams 1 pound = 16 dry ounces 1 kilogram = 35.2739619 dry ounces Fluid ounces: 1 fluid ounce = 29.5735297 milliliters 1 fluid ounce = 2 tablespoons 1 fluid ounce = 6 teaspoons 1 cup… Read More
My transmission fluid ran dry and now the vehicle won't move when in gear Is there a way to lubricate the transmission again?
Fix the leak then refill the transmission. You may have done some damage to the transmission however it may still work. It most likely was not dry. If the fluid is to low the transmission stops working. You did say transmission fluid not oil so I take it that it is an automitic transmission.
Each cleaning fluid has its own uses--parts cleaning fluid is different from dry cleaning fluid.
Foam , dry powder or a CO2 extinguisher.
the more I dry the wetter I get
If one is a heavy sleeper, it is possible for a wet dream to go by unnoticed, as the fluid will seep into the fabric of the sleepwear (or bedsheets) and dry out before the individual wakes. Lighter sleepers will be roused though.
Flammable vs. Combustible The words flammable and combustible have been around a long time and are constantly being interchanged with each other which is confusing. Combustible means that something will burn. Flammable also means that, BUT... its meaning goes beyond that. Flammable does mean something will burn, but tremendously faster and much more violently. Therefore, spray paint, before it dries is highly flammable. On the other hand, after spray paint has dried and cured, it… Read More
Assuming you have fluid at right level and the bands have not run dry, try adjusting bands. If still not working recon.transmissions are cheap enough
cleaning fluid is liquid and has a percentage of rh in it
Don't panic! Open the lighter, take it out of the case and let it dry out for a couple of days. Then fill it with lighter fluid, spin the wheel backward to clean the flint off, and see if it lights. The problem is that alchohol in the aftershave won't ignite in a lighter. Let it evaporate for a couple of days, it should take care of the problem.
Yes, this is due to the fact that the molecular weight of dry air is 29.47. and the molecular weight of water is 18. So when air absorbs water it actually gets lighter.