"Breathing" holes bored through each charcoal briquette would greatly increase the oxygenated air flowing through the charcoal as well as the exposed surface area for burning. Fire would catch and spread more quickly and each briquette would burn and "whiten" more evenly. Each bag would weigh less because of the charcoal missing from the holes, also resulting in less material use and production cost.
A briquette could either have one hole in the center [o]
or four or five small holes [::],
whichever proves more efficient.
My idea would be a decorative case for one lump of charcoal. This case would have holes in the top, and a pretty design around the bottom. It would hold one lump of charcoal.
That way I could place it at the bottom on my flower vases to help keep my flowers fresher longer.
I could also place it in my closet or clothing drawers to help keep them smelling fresh!
You could also do a manly line to be put in tool boxes to keep them from rusting.
Charcoal has so many uses other than the BBQ. A case would be a great way to take advantage of that!
The idea of grilling burgers at the beach sounds so appealing, but there are so many supplies we need to cart around and then carry back home with us in order to make that burger-on-the-beach fantasy a reality (grill, bag of charcoal, possibly lighter fluid, etc.). How about making some sort of small, lightweight grilling aparatus that comes pre-loaded with Kingsford Match Light brickets and is intended for one-time use? A BBQ in a box that you can toss in the garbage when you're through.
my idea is simple. I am so tired of myfood sticking to my grill, and i am so tired of having to cleanmy gril hoping that my food wont stick...well how about a cleaning brush that removes the leftover fodd debrison my grill and then has the ability to apply some kind of oil onto the grill racks as a pre treament to prevent my food from sticking once i start my bbq. it could be a flexible type brush that expresses the non stick oil direcly from the brush itself and it could be refillable
A line of marinades and spices for grilling would complement the Kingsford/ Hidden Valley brands. And possibly there could be a gluten-free option, as well.
I think clorox should come out with a new design for mops. i propose that the new mop should be in the shape of a triangle slghtly rounded at the 3 tips. Also, at least 1/2 inch thick so that when you are trying to mop in a corner the sides of the mop will come up high enough to clean the sides of the base boards as well as the floor. I find it hard to believe that such a mop dosen't already exist. I mean with a standard mop's shape you are unable to get any corners and you end up down on your hands and knees cleaning out the corners and hand wipimg base boards. It is the year 2011 isn't it about time the mop should get an update.
I use Kinsford straight out of the bag, un used, and place a straight line or barrier around my flowers and vegetables and just spray them lightly with water and the critters are detered from having a feast on my produce. After a few weeks and the charcoal has dimished in size I crush them and turn them into fertilizer for all my plants and they love it.
add a match striker strip to the outside of the bag, because not all of us use a lighter to start the charcoal bricketts, and most stricker strips on match box sides will not work after time and time of usage and if the outside of the bag had the stricker strip we could easily use it each time when we do not use the whole bag in one grill out
My idea is for a aluminum pan or tray to come in the bag of Kingsford charcoal, so people can dump the remaining ashes into for easy clean up, while not having to wait for the ashes to cool down in the grill before packing up for the day.