Chimney Starter Review: Weber 7416 Rapidfire Chimney Startercategories: Charcoal Starter, Charcoal Chimney, Barbecue, BBQ, Grill, Grilling, Aluminized Steel, Smoker, Briquettes, Chimney Starter
Chimney Starter Saves Time And FuelEveryone who owns a charcoal grill should try a Rapidfire Chimney Starter. It starts briquettes quickly and evenly. It is inexpensive and will save starter fuel and endless frustration.
Here is how it works. Fill the can with as much charcoal as you need. Place a few drops of vegetable oil on a crumpled piece of newspaper and place it under the chimney in the grill. Light the newspaper with a match through the holes underneath. In a few minutes the briquettes will be ready. Then simply lift the long handle and dump the hot coals out of the can.
You can easily make one out of a coffee can. I had one that worked well but was not big enough for all purposes. For less than $20 I decided to try the Weber Rapidfire. It works with amazing speed and produces much hotter coals.
This product is a useful, inexpensive tool for anyone who enjoys grilling or smoking food outdoors.
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