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Q: How do you remove melted fabric of the glass on your fire?
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How fire can remove oil and dust from plastic bottles?

Most plastic bottles will be melted or burned by fire!

Can you melt glass beads?

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What happened to the plastic surgeon as he sat by the fire on a cold winter night?

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What is the difference between combustible and noncombustible fabric?

Combustible fabric is material that can catch fire and burn when exposed to an ignition source, such as an open flame or heat. Examples include cotton, silk, and many synthetic fabrics. Noncombustible fabric, on the other hand, is material that does not readily catch fire or burn when exposed to these same sources of ignition. This type of fabric typically has a high resistance to flame and heat, making it safer in situations where fire risk is a concern. In summary, the key difference lies in their flammability properties, with combustible fabric being prone to ignition and burning, while noncombustible fabric is resistant to these risks.

How do you make glass in Doodle God?

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What happens to glass when there is a fire?

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How did man discover that metal could be melted?

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