Thursday, October 5th, 2017

Hot Rod on Fire Tutorial

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Posted by Markus on October 5th, 2017 | Filed in car, fire, Hensel, hotrod, photography, photos | 2 Comments »


2 Responses to “Hot Rod on Fire Tutorial”

  1. October 12th, 2017 at 10:12 am

    Brian Swale said:

    You mentioned that cotton is the best fabric for wear in a fire situation. Sorry, that is very wrong. Cotton is exceedingly dangerous as it burns very quickly. Put a match to some cotton-wool and you will see what I mean.
    The safest fabrics for this purpose are made from sheep wool. Probably the most difficult-to-burn natural fibre there is.

  2. October 12th, 2017 at 10:28 am

    Markus said:

    Hi Brian,

    thanks a lot for your comment. Yes cotton burns (but not so easy), but it’s easy to extinguish. All the other materials that are very common this days are made of some kind of synthetic fabric and this fabric melts into your skin if it starts to burn. That’s the reason I wrote cotton. I’m not sure how it is in you region, but sheep wool is not so common here and not everyone has one them at home. And as you can see, the guy who carried the fire wick was very well secured with the suit from the fire department.

    Thanks again,
    Markus



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