Well I filled both Zippo's up on the 20th and put the anti evaporation bung in the brass one but left it out of the other to test the theory and promptly forgot about themI have an antique brass Zippo that I bought in the 90s. I was living in Cape Town at the time and working on a drip ship off Namibia. On the ship, I arranged for 50 to be made, customised with a badge of the ship on the front. We only use it to light candles but it seems to need filling every five minutes.
We used to put a spot of avgas in race bikes to boost the octane and performance a tad and it worked well until some numpty didn't measure properly, put way too much in and melted the motor ...... hence the need for careful calculation and measurementTry filling it with aviation fluid
Is the thing you mean?Well I filled both Zippo's up on the 20th and put the anti evaporation bung in the brass one but left it out of the other to test the theory and promptly forgot about them
Just tried both and the brass one fired straight up while the other one needs filling, I would say that proves the theory
Also I just found out you can get a gas burner for genuine Zippo's now, apparently there are 2 sorts and both work well but the "double" uses a shed load of gas so the normal one is preferred by most people