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fake teeth and glueBRONZE Member Checking who's online, watching you! 1,972 posts Location: somewhere, England (UK)
Posted: ok i have some fire clubs and i also have a staff, the wick on the staff is about twice the size of the clubs wick yet the clubs have a bigger flame even when the staff is not moving
does anyone know why this is, or how i can get brighter flames?
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MikeIconGOLD Member Pooh-Bah 2,109 posts Location: Philadelphia, PA - USA
Posted: That sounds really strange to me. Are both the clubs and staff equally as used? Brand new and really old wicks arent as good as a semi-new wick. Are they both made the same way? Flame size is usually relative to wick surface area (ie - cube wicks will burn bigger than rounded wicks). What fuel are you using and are you using the same on both?
You can get bigger/brighter flames using white gas or coleman fuel (as opposed to kerosene or paraffin) but they burn out quicker.
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