An excellent mixed Four Candle Pack. Each roman candle fires 6 huge tails to bursts. The first fires six thick brocade tails to excellent red star peony breaks. Candle two fires six thick brocade tails with bright blue stars. The third roman candle fires six gold glitter tails that rise to vibrant green stars. The last of the four candle pack launches green wave tail with red and green stars.
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This selection offers an excellent mixed Four Candle Pack. A great value roman candle set that contains four 20mm six-shot roman candles. With each one having excellent effects. With the first firing six thick brocade tails to excellent red star peony breaks. While candle number two fires six thick brocade tails with bright blue stars. Then the third roman candle fires six gold glitter tails that rise to vibrant green stars. Finally ending with candle number four, launching green wave tail with red and green stars.
With each one of the four candles containing 25.5gm of net explosive content. And a noise rating of 6 out of 10. In addition, each of the candles lasts 20 seconds. Therefore giving you a total of 1 minute and 20 seconds duration. While this pack of category 2 roman candle fireworks. requires an 8 meters safety distance. You will get an excellent set of garden candles.
With the Four Candle Pack. Each one will be needed to be placed onto flat ground. And secured to a post or stake. With strong tape or cable ties. Or individually inserted into the ground or some sand. While each of the candles are ignited individually. While never leaving any of the candles freestanding.
In addition, also, follow the safety guidelines provided. Also, there are times of course when extreme rain can ruin a fireworks display. If the display area gets completely waterlogged. Then it may not be safe to attempt to light fireworks. So it may be the case that during the display. The rain is simply too heavy for firers. To clearly see what they are doing, While this is a safety risk and the display should be abandoned. In addition, wet weather may also contribute to goggles and visors steaming up. So if you or your firers cannot see clearly. You should not go ahead with the display.