Send a shockwave through you display with a huge flash of brocade glitter mines into vast brocade crown bouquets. Quality loud noise from this large mine.
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Our Mayhem mine will send a massive shockwave of excitement through your display! By creating some Mayhem Mine mischief. With this quality loud and proud mine. With a huge flash of instantaneous brocade glitters mines. While massive breaks reaching over 80 feet in vast bouquets of brocade crown. In addition to Mayhem, look for Chaos and Havoc. While these three mines are normally found together. With a special offer when buying all three. While our mines are great for grabbing your spectator’s attention at the start of your event. Or for your finale. With a duration of only 5 seconds. While Mayhem offers a resounding 10 out of 10 in our noise ratings. With 138gm of net explosive content.
From this category 2 firework. Also as with all our mines, they will need to be secured to a post or stake. Or inserted into soft ground or sand. To prevent any chance of them toppling over.
When setting up fireworks like the Mayhem mine. Please choose your firing site carefully. Especially ensuring you have enough room. While your site should have the following. Including a fallout area, firing area and a spectator area. With that in mind, you can find the safety distance on the firework label. While the safety distance for Mayhem is 20 meters.
Also, fireworks generally fire in most weather conditions. However, be sure to position spectators where the wind will be blowing in the direction they’re facing. In addition, don’t light fireworks during strong winds. In this case, it may be better to postpone or cancel firework displays. However, you can prepare your fireworks for the rain. Therefore use plastic bags, bin liners or cling film for weatherproofing. Whilst remembering cakes and barrages. Will fire through a single layer of plastic. (Note: do not use on rockets or catherine wheels). In addition, remember the most susceptible part of the firework, is the fuse. So leave exposing the fuse. Until approximately ten minutes before firing.