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Sparklers
Sparklers
Sparklers
Sparklers
Sparklers
Sparklers
Sparklers

Sparklers

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• Short-Sleeve Lightweight T-Shirt
• 65% Polyester / 35% Ring-Spun Cotton
• Fabric weight: 4.5 oz (153 g/m2)
• Pre-shrunk
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Double-stitched sleeves and bottom hem

This shirt is so soft that you will enjoy your kids running on the lawn waving sprinklers 10% more.

Imagine a fourth of July night.

Family and friends having fun, lots of amazing food, fireworks in the night sky, and sparklers being waved by children and adults alike. 

Sparklers cast beautiful light. They are visually stunning and enjoyable to watch. It’s like having stars that you can hold on to. 

Sparklers are generally formed in a metallic wire. It has a combustible part on one end with the other end as the handle. There are three main components in the combustible part of a sparkler: an oxidizer, a metal fuel, and a binder. 

The oxidizers play an important role: it creates oxygen when decomposing or in this case when it’s lit up. This helps in burning the metal fuel, and also forcibly ejects bits of the burning powdered metal from the sparkler, thus creating its mini-explosion effect. 

The metal fuel also dictates what color the sparklers would produce. For you to produce a specific color, you need to have the following powdered metals:

Brilliant white sparks: Aluminium, magnesium, and titanium

Orange sparks: Iron

Yellow-gold sparks: ferrotitanium (an iron and titanium alloy)

Optional colorants can also be added to improve the greens, blues, and reds of a sparkler.

Those two would be useless without a binding element combining them together. Dextrin is the most common chemical used for this. 

Combine them all together, and you have a simple but awesome way to celebrate the fourth of July or any other occasion! 

Here’s a quick video on how sparklers work if you want to deep dive. You can also watch how sparklers are made

Launched on: April 27, 2020