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Posted:Hi, I am making a fire sculpture and need to set fire to a whole lot of metal rods.. I am looking for a fire gel to apply to it if the gel is available anywhere.. Otherwise I am looking for recipes to make my own.. Can anyone help?
did this when i was in school, step 5 is the most annoying and where most people screwed up on so you should probably get enough of the ingredients to make more than 1 attempt at it
also, its quite flammable so id recommend wearing gloves when handling it and taking them off when lighting the gel
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