Today I am going to show you how to make rainbow colored flames out of household materials. Whats your favorite color???
Lithium from batteries burns red, Calcium chloride in Damp-Rid burns orange, Sodium in table salt burns yellow, boron in roach killer burns green, methanol burns blue all by itself, and potassium in No-salt burns purple.
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