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ColorGlo Flames

For Woodstoves & Inserts & Fireplaces & Outdoor Living

Adds a rainbow of colors to your fireplace, woodstove or campfire.
2 – 3 Cones or Sticks will burn for 10 – 12 minutes. Each box contains at least 30 pieces.
Add a couple tablespoons of crystals to an active fire for best results.

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Part #: - Choose One
Part #: 40 - 1lb Crystals
Part #: 88110 - 1lb Cones
Part #: 88310 - 1lb Stick
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1 lb tub of flammable crystals
Sprinkle into flames of fireplace/woodstove/campfire
crystals may not burn wll in fireplace insert/setups that have greate where crystals can fall past flames and not burn, hotter fires will decrease overall burn time as burns chemicals faster, copper sulfate is used as pyrotechic colorat for 'blue' coloring- its produced industrally by treating copper metal with hot concentrated sulfuric acid or its oxides with dilute sulfuric acid, cupper sulfate is an irritant- take precausions to keep off skin, away for eyes and DO NOT ingest orally as is toxic, sopper sulfate is highly water soluble- use cautionand do not lalow contamination to water sources/soil
1 lb box of at least 30 pinecones
Toss directly into flames of fireplace/woodstove/campfire
2-3 will burn approzimately 10-12 minutes,hotter fires will decrease overall burn time as burns chemicals faster, copper sulfate is used as pyrotechic colorat for 'blue' coloring- its produced industrally by treating copper metal with hot concentrated sulfuric acid or its oxides with dilute sulfuric acid, cupper sulfate is an irritant- take precausions to keep off skin, away for eyes and DO NOT ingest orally as is toxic, sopper sulfate is highly water soluble- use cautionand do not lalow contamination to water sources/soil
1lb box of at least 30 sticks
Toss directly into flames of fireplace/woodstove/campfire
2-3 will burn approzimately 10-12 minutes, hotter fires will decrease overall burn time as burns chemicals faster, copper sulfate is used as pyrotechic colorat for 'blue' coloring- its produced industrally by treating copper metal with hot concentrated sulfuric acid or its oxides with dilute sulfuric acid, cupper sulfate is an irritant- take precausions to keep off skin, away for eyes and DO NOT ingest orally as is toxic, sopper sulfate is highly water soluble- use cautionand do not lalow contamination to water sources/soil