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Be warn that potassium nitrate, crayons, food organic dyes usually doesn't works and will not give you any colors. I've tried different kind of crayons, food coloring and all the time I get only the white smoke.Also you should be aware that potassium nitrate has very high burn temperature which doesn't suit for colored smoke.If you really would like to make a colored smoke bomb you need to use potassium chlorate and only special dyes
Here the video with step by step guide how to make colored smoke bomb with detailed ingredients you have to use for it
Crayons(wax not oil)
Look up "legendary smoke mix" and get your ratios from there
My experience is that the Rit dyes don't work. Related to this topic...I've been trying to make a smoke bomb with an animal glue mixture, so that it is flowable. The recipes I've seen and tried call for a maximum of 16% glue, but its almost impossible, becoming very dry, if you can even get it all combined. I see almost similar mixtures for making matchheads, but the pictures show that mixture as being very liquid. Any idea on what I'm missing?
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Posted:Feb 15, 2009
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