Introduction: How to Remove the Child Safety on Lighters
When using a lighter everybody knows how annoying it is to keep flicking the igniter to the point where your fingers start hurting ,but there is a way to fix that problem without buying a expensive lighter or a different brand than your favorite. Word of advice, If you live near a child please do not take off the safety for their own protection.
1 x Lighter
1 x Pair of pliers
1 x Flat head screwdriver
Step 1: What Piece We're Going to Remove.
This piece right here is the child safety, this is the piece that makes your fingers ache and make you have trouble flicking the ignitor. This is the piece we will be removing.
Step 2: Pushing the Prong Out of the Way.
The first step to this simple process is to just simply move this prong downwards using your flat head screwdriver so it is out of the way and ready to be removed.
Step 3: Pushing Tabs Upwards.
The next step involves your pair of pliers or a flat head screwdriver, whichever you prefer. Take your tool and bend the two small tabs upwards making room for the tab to be pulled out.
Step 4: Pulling Out the Tab.
Slowly pull out the loose tab all the way until it is completely removed from the lighter. Once this piece is removed you can push the small tabs back into place.
Step 5: Results.
When this simple process is finished the outcome should look like this. The end product is very easy to strike and shouldn't hurt your fingers with overuse. Enjoy!
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