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Posted:I'm new! :-) I purchased the lotus petal fire fan kit and just lit them on fire for the first time last week go me! I'm in love. I hope this is it a ridiculous question but I'm having a hard time finding the right size container to pour my fuel into to soak my wicks. I've started using a glass kitchen dish. There's gotta be something perfect to use but I am stuck. The issue comes from the fans being the half moon shape. Just thought I'd reach out.
Posted:For my fans I use a sauce bottle and pour the fuel onto the Fan head over my dipping pot then carefully shake off the excess fuel in the safety zone before lighting. Just remember that a freshly fueled set of fans burn hot and bright. Hope this helps spin safe. G