Kingsford Charcoal is sold in a non-resealable paper bag. If you don't use the entire bag with every grilling, the remaining brickets are usually stored in the basement or garage after rolling up the empty top part of the bag. When ready for the next usage, the brickets have absorbed a lot of moisture and are harder to get lit. My suggestion is to create a resealable container of recyclable plastic that has an easy to carry handle, is waterproof, and can be air tight. An easy to pour spout would also be a great addition so we don't have to handle the brickets like now when they get stuck in the bag. Thanks for listening.
Do you have a musty, mildewed smell in your closet that you want to get rid of? Placing containers of charcoal here and there will help get that smell out of there.
make a longer burning charcoal
Stack in a pyramid shape. Soak with lighter fluid. Wait 5 minutes then light. After all gray then spread to have nice even heat.
I take a Kingsford bag of charcoal and put them in several platic container puched with wholes. This absorbs the humidiy in my garage , closets, in my shed in the backyard. This idea has countless places to put the container. So, Kingsford could come out with a product already prepacked in a refillable container.
Place Kingsford Charcoal, in open bowls or perforated plastic bags, in your fridge or drawers to banish odors
use Kingford Charcoal in an old #10 juice can and put it under your seat then outdoors to provide heat