Tide
Future pyrotechnician...? Or something.
Location: Sydney, New South Wales, Austr...
Member Since: 17th Jun 2009
Total posts: 111
Posted:I was spinning in a group yesterday but suddenly we had to pack up because of the weather. My monkeyfists still have oil-based fuel in them because we didn't have time to burn it off. Anything horrible going to happen to my wicks for leaving the fuel in them?

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DyamiTK
DyamiTK

beginner forever
Location: Santa Cruz, Ca
Member Since: 11th Mar 2008
Total posts: 159
Posted:i think it evaporates.

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Tide
Future pyrotechnician...? Or something.
Location: Sydney, New South Wales, Austr...
Member Since: 17th Jun 2009
Total posts: 111
Posted:Kevlar apparently turns into gas in some situations, I do hope you mean the fuel.

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DaG
DaG

Golf buggie driving instructor
Location: Brisvegas
Member Since: 21st Jun 2005
Total posts: 156
Posted:Yea I think DynamiTK meant the fuel
Nothing bad will happen to your wicks. Just don't try and fly with them grin

I have heard of people that dip their wicks after every burn to stop the wicks from smoldering and degrading. Donno if it works... but I don't think fuel will be a problem unless it gets on other things like your bag or whatever.

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Tide
Future pyrotechnician...? Or something.
Location: Sydney, New South Wales, Austr...
Member Since: 17th Jun 2009
Total posts: 111
Posted:Ah, this is really settling for the mind. Thanks!

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