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Who Needs A Fog Machine?

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You should never boil glycerin. It can give off a hazardous gas. Always simmer.
That's what I meant, sorry to confuse people.

Obviously you don't want it to get to a state of decomposition...
 

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i vape elecronic cigarettes.. If I dial them way up, I can exhale a pretty impressive cloud..

Spectacular for waterfall effects (scanning beam)

The "nic" liquid is a little bit of nicotine, some flavorings, and I use a 50:50 mix of Propylene Glycol, and Vegitable glycerine for the base mix (makes up 85-95% of the final "juice"
 
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When you have a shower :)

I know it's pretty obvious a shower can make steam, but i just wanted to show everyone what it can do to a "5mw" *we all know it's really 5mw :shhh: * ;)

Laser Beam in a shower! - YouTube



Also you might like my lighter video too!
Cool Lighters! - YouTube


p.s. this laser was purchased from the seller, valueoffer on ebay :)
Have nice day
-Grant


**About the shower video: My 1st laser was a red 630-680nm keychain that cost probably around $3-$4, which was given to me by a client, and it was that dumb little laser that got me interested in this to begin with, and led me here.

Anyway, it was 'listed' as being <1mW. Thats probably pretty close to the truth, as it is very small(2" x 11mm). But when I would bring it outside on a foggy night in the country without too much nearby light, except a few lamps at the new school across the street about 110 yards away, I could see the red beam VERY clearly for about 120 feet or so til it reached its end.


**To the lighter video: I learned that trick at about 15 when I started smoking cigarettes and the flame on some lighters was too small, so all you have to do is bend the metal guard at the top outward to loosen it, take it off, then lift the front tip of the flame adjuster upward to remove it from the plastic gear it sits on, then slide it over the gear to the 'low' flame side, then drop it back onto the gear and turn the flame up by turning the adjuster to the 'high' flame side, then repeat til its as high as you want, but be careful not to raise the flame too much!
 
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