"I tried this turkey baster method tonight, and it was a MESS. I tried to just let it drip out, but it came pouring out onto my actual hoop tubing and spilled on the grass. I wiped the hoop down with a damp cloth but was still a bit frightened that I…"
"Oh yes, and the dipping component! I like the turkey baster method...
How I was taught by the super-safe fire spinning group I used to do stuff with:
Paint cans. You can get unused paint cans from most hardware/home depot/Canadian Tire…"
"You have some good fuel feedback, so I won't go into that.
You can light your wicks with a regular lighter but just keep in mind the direction of the flame (due to wind or breeze). Or you can have a fuel soaked lamp in a fire-sturdy bowl…"
"I've used a turkey baster. Since most squirt bottles are plastic I like the turkey baster because it never ends up being a container filled with fuel. It's only full when I need it to be and then make sure it's empty when done…"
I'm looking to buy some fire hoops but can't seem to find a website in canada that carries them! if anyone knows of any it would be great! the shipping is too expensive from the states =/ thanks!See More
"I use 50% white gas, 50% lamp oil, because white gas burns very hot and bright on it's own and does not last as long. I use a squirt bottle over a metal bowl then funnel the excess fuel back into to squirt bottle when I'm done. I find it a…"