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Old 09-22-2018, 06:22 PM
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Talking Colorfull Camp Fires

A camper gave me Mystical Fire packets to put in my camp fire & the flames
change colors like blue green & some other colors is lasted a long time he said he got them from Amazon or E-Bay maybe a good idea for camp fires------Ken

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I camper gave me Mystical Fire packets to put in my camp fire & the flames
change colors like blue green & some other colors is lasted a long time he said he got them from Amazon or E-Bay maybe a good idea for camp fires------Ken
Just donít cook food or marshmallows while using this.
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Maybe they add flavor, who knows. haha
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I think itís copper, right? You can get them at any RV store, WalMart, I think even Dicks has it in the camping section. As said above, donít cook over that flame.
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So of the ingredients here, table salt (sodium chloride), borax, and water softener salt (potassium chloride) are the nicest to you and the environment, and I don't know offhand what their combustion products would be. I would consider leaving metal salts in a fire pit a little irresponsible.
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Also keep in mind that these take a long time to burn up. Put your fire out tonight build a new one tomorrow and very likely to,still,have residue from the night before.
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