— 5 Flying Sky Lanterns — Buy @ etsy.com —
— 10 Flying Sky Lanterns — Buy @ etsy.com —
WISH UPON THEN FLY IN THE SKY
For those special celebrations or just wanting to have that “Tangled” cinematic moment!
Sold in packs of 10, these large lanterns come ready to fly with a wax coated wick attached with wire. They measure 14” X 14 ” and are almost 3 feet tall! I will ship them to you folded up so that they’re easy to trasport. Once lit, they fly up to 1000m before burning out and returning to the ground. The paper is biodegradable, flame resistant and non-hazardous. Each order comes with ten lanterns and ten wax coated fuel wicks.
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THE REVERSE MOLOTOV COCKTAIL!
When there’s a fire, sometimes there isn’t time to do much. You need a quick solution, especially when it’s in the home and may spread in moments. Enter the Satto 119 Eco, a rapid solution to hazard. The numbers refer to Japan’s emergency services phone number and while you should always contact them in case of a fire, sometimes you have to deal with the immediate danger yourself. This is the best way to eliminate fire hazard we have ever seen, a “throwable” (nagekesu) fire extinguisher developed by Japanese firm Bonex.
TAME A FLAMING FIRE BEAST…WITH A FLOWER!
For those who cook with oil, it’s important to be extremely careful with the possibility of fire. The Fire Flowers are fire extinguishers that look just like decorative silk flowers, but can be used to put out oil and grease fires with ease.
To use the Fire Flowers, just keep them attached to a nearby surface using the included magnets. In the case of an oil/grease fire, simply place the flowers into the pan and they will instantly take over, covering the oil with a film that stops the burning. Once you have a chance, turn off the stove!
— Mystical Fire Campfire Fireplace — Buy @ amazon.com —
PLAY WITH FIRE…LIKE A WIZARD!
After getting the fire started, once you add 1 to 3 pouches of Mystic Fire into a fireplace, the fire will change into technicolor flames! For indoor and outdoor fireplaces, the fire’s color changes to green, dark blue, light blue, bright red, purple, and yellow.
It can be an amazing sight to see during festivals and camping when you, or you and your friends, are all set out beneath a starry sky.