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How do you make a wick for fireworks?

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2011-04-06 00:09:56
2011-04-06 00:09:56

This falls under a dangerous category. One that should not be answered here to avoid injuries. Contact a fireworks factory and they may tell you.

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As a number of 'science experiments' have caused permanent and serious injury to those who started out just playing MOST countries ban the making of fireworks except by those people who make a living in making new and exciting pyrotechnics.

For safety reasons even making a wick for fireworks involves using materials that cause injury to the just playing.

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