Old lighters seem to have a way of piling up in the junk drawer, even if you try to stay conscientious about not keeping things around when they don't work anymore. The next time you go to clean out your stash of exhausted rubber bands, tired disposable lighters, and other random bits and pieces, though, don't throw out those lighters: you might just be able to find a really cool use for them.
After all, while San Francisco contractors may be famous for their reuse and recycling tactics, they aren't the only ones who know how to ring every last drop out of expensive building supplies and components!
Like a secret container. It looks like you're carrying a regular lighter around, and it even functions like a regular lighter in the sense that you push down on the lever to activate a spark (and then claim you must be out of fuel when it doesn't light up). But if you pull up, the top of the lighter will pop out, revealing a little storage space inside for cash, medications, and anything else you might want to carry discreetly in a compact container. Here's a guide on how to do it.
Have you considered making your old lighters refillable? Yes, we're talking about the so-called "disposable" ones. You'll need to carefully remove the top of the lighter (tools like needle-nosed pliers can help you get a good grip without damaging the components) so you can pour lighter fluid into the lighter. It's a good idea to refill lighters outdoors or in a well-ventilated areas, and be careful to prevent cracks or spills.
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