Lighters (sometimes also called flint or shutter) is a tool to start a fire in a controlled manner. Lighters are sold freely in stores in the form of a package box of matches. A match consists of a wooden rod of which one end is covered with a material that is generally phosphorus flame that will result due to friction when rubbed against a special surface although other types of matches that can be switched on any rough surface. Types of lighters that use liquids, such as naphtha or butane, called lighters.