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Location: Lymington, Hampshire, UK

Total posts: 15
Posted:This might sound a stupid question, although if it saves me from one day ending up in the local burns unit, then i guess it is'nt.......whats the score with what you wear "smelly wise" when you use fire? By this i mean, i guess hairspray is a big no no for those who usualy use it, but does the same go with certain aerosol deodorants and body sprays?

Whilst i'm looking forward to one day doing fire, i do want to go up on my first go.....and i don't want to stink either!


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PLATINUM Member since May 2003


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Location: Edin-borrow., United Kingdom

Total posts: 5276
Posted:deoderant fine I guess. People don't normally hit themselves in the pits. If you want to be really safe, shave it off.

Hairspray: I've never had my doo go up in flames. And I use a lot of mousse, with no concern for flammability. But you might want to test it. If you really want your hair nice, wet it before hand, or wear a hat, or wear a wet hat. wink

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GOLD Member since Aug 2004


old hand
Location: Wellington somerset, UK

Total posts: 834
Posted:ewwww cathing armpits hair alight hurts a lot...trust me frown

hats need to be worn

apart from that the only thing in hair spray that burns (i think) is the propellant, so after you've put it on on left it, there should be no more flamibility, well no more so than normal hair

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SILVER Member since Sep 2003


That guy from Reno
Location: Reno, Nevada USA

Total posts: 556
Posted:Yep, unless your putting it on while spinning fire your ok. Even then alcohol flames are quite weak, you's need to be putting alot on to get into serious trouble.

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BRONZE Member since Oct 2005

Location: , Scotland (UK)

Total posts: 1
Posted:I use both hairspray and deoderant when I play with fire, thats also including a six inch mohawk and i've never had any trouble! Well apart from a drunkard running up to tell me I was doing such a good job he accidentally kicked my fuel into the air and resulted in a few loud and unrepeatable words!


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