Step 1. Arrange the coals into a neat mound.<br/>Piling the coals
into a mound or pyramid will help increase coal-to-coal contact and help the fire spread
Step 2. Add lighter fluid to the pile of unlit coals and light immediately.
Carefully squirt lighter fluid on the top and sides of the charcoal mound, following lighter fluid directions. Light immediately after applying the fluid. Never squirt lighter fluid onto flaming or hot coals.
Step 3. Coals are ready when covered with gray ash.
After the fluid burns off, the edges of the coals will turn gray. As the coals continue to burn, the ash spreads to cover each briquette. Once mostly covered in ash, the coals are ready to spread out and use. The entire process takes approximately 15 minutes.
cooking with super fire charcoal
which of the following is correct according to the directions?
A.-the coals should be in a single layer when the lighter fired is added.
B.-lighter fired should be added when the coals start to ash.
C.-this charcoal should be stored outdoors.
D.-the users should read the lighter fluid directions before grilling.