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Well, tell me more about cold fire it safe to use in a show?

Is it available for sale?
Is it safe to ship internationally?
Is it safe for a theatrical show?
How long can it prevent the heat?

Thanks and please post the most necessary information here...


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There is no such thing as cold fire.
Fire is fire!
Cold fire mixtures have an evaporate that makes the burn cooler. BUT as this burns off the fire will be hot. Some might contain a gel that acts as an insulator until it burns off.
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I think there is a gel that you rub on your hand to make the flame less hot when it makes contact with you. Like mghia said. Fire is fire and fire is hot Smile
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After 50 years in the business, I think I can assure you, "There ain't no such thing." The coolest material I know of is used sometimes by stunt men and it burns at 800 degrees F. It's unlikely you can stand 140 degrees. No fire is completely safe, even for experienced pros....

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