How to change the color of your campfire
This is how to change the color of your campfire! You can make green, red, blue, or white fire. I wrote this article for fun and I hope you can get good use out of it. Please take the time to like my post as it really helps support my writing time and 40% of the revenue generated from this page goes to child aid.
AS A NOTE PLEASE NEVER MIX THE CHEMICALS USED TO CHANGE THE COLORS. I REPEAT NEVER MIX THE CHEMICALS!
Changing the color of your Campfire
Here are the chemicals needed to change the campfire. Here's the list of colo
Copper Chloride- Blue fire- Search for it at skylighter.com
Copper Sulfate- Green fire- Get it at swimming pool supply stores
Epsom Salt- White fire- You can find it anywhere!
Strontium Chloride- Red fire- You can find it at certain chemical supplier stores!
Table salt- orange fire- You can find this anywhere!
Again never mix ANY of these. I don't want to be responsible for any poisonous gas!
Adding the Chemicals
To add the chemicals use a 4" piece of ductape and fold it closing the ends. Add the one chemical of your choice and throw it in the campfire. It should now be lighted up. Congrats!