Soundworksnewbie
8 posts

Posted:
Hey, have any of you ever spun fire with a chemical mixture added onto the wicking?
Have any of you heard of it?
I ran across a website where a few people were doing it - green fire, purple fire, sparkling magnesium in their fire breathing...
I have information on what chemicals to use for which colors, but before I try it, I thought I'ld see if any of you knew anything about it and might have some tips, pointers, or even some ideas of how to get the chemicals to stay on the wicks and burn...
Any info would be appriciated. biggrin

UCOFSILVER Member
..lonely.
15,416 posts
Location: South Wales


Posted:
*runs into a brick wall*



It never gets any easier...



wink



(Soundworks: hug2 .. you shall see..)

mechBRONZE Member
Carpal \'Tunnel
6,207 posts
Location: "In your ear", United Kingdom


Posted:
hi,

this is a very common topic for discussion

so i have done a search for you, and found you this

[Old link]


hope that helps you

Step (el-nombrie)


Soundworksnewbie
8 posts

Posted:
woot many thanks biggrin

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