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The kevlar rope is separated from the felt hat by a thick heatproof silicone layer, what is the first step of the protection.
How to apply:
First of all you have to apply the lamp oil by a syringe very carefully. It needs to get only on the kevlar, not on the silicone nor on the felt. Use lamp oil to have low temperature while burning. It can be even an hour before the show, because the oil doesn't evaporate. 5 minutes before ignition you need to apply the water into the felt by a hand pump, which we provide. It needs to be on the felt on the top and on the side of the cylinder. There shouldn't be any drops on the kevlar, otherwise you may have problems with lighting up.
Finally 1 minute before going on stage you need to apply the lighter benzene. It helps to ignite the lamp oil quickly. Without it you can't light up well, the lamp oil cathes fire very slowly. I hope I don't need to say that it sould be only on the kevlar, not on the silicone nor the felt, not a single drop. It shouldn't be too much or too little. If it's too little it evaporates and you cannot  ignite the lamp oil, if it is too much it burns the felt and the silicone.

The Fire Hat is designed to last for about 50-100 burns. 

However ultimately the lifetime of this (and any other) prop is largely determined be proper usage, careful transport as well the correct application of the right fuels. 

 Whether you need an extreme costume or a part of a joke in your show, this  is the excellent choice.

However if you have a hat act, this would be your best finale ever!

It weighs about 350g.

 

-Do careful preparation (use head lamp in the backstage, take your time)

-If the top of the hat gets a dent, push it back down, to keep the felt as far as possible from the fire.

-If the hat falls down, take it up immediately!

-Never keep the hat down when it is on fire.

-Use background light from underneath, it helps with throwing it to head.

I proudly present the one and only fire juggling hat in the world!

The kevlar rope is separated from the felt hat by a thick heatproof silicone layer, what is the first step of the protection.
How to apply:
First of all you have to apply the lamp oil by a syringe very carefully. It needs to get only on the kevlar, not on the silicone nor on the felt. Use lamp oil to have low temperature while burning. It can be even an hour before the show, because the oil doesn't evaporate. 5 minutes before ignition you need to apply the water into the felt by a hand pump, which we provide. It needs to be on the felt on the top and on the side of the cylinder. There shouldn't be any drops on the kevlar, otherwise you may have problems with lighting up.
Finally 1 minute before going on stage you need to apply the lighter benzene. It helps to ignite the lamp oil quickly. Without it you can't light up well, the lamp oil cathes fire very slowly. I hope I don't need to say that it sould be only on the kevlar, not on the silicone nor the felt, not a single drop. It shouldn't be too much or too little. If it's too little it evaporates and you cannot  ignite the lamp oil, if it is too much it burns the felt and the silicone.

The Fire Hat is designed to last for about 50-100 burns. 

However ultimately the lifetime of this (and any other) prop is largely determined be proper usage, careful transport as well the correct application of the right fuels. 

 Whether you need an extreme costume or a part of a joke in your show, this  is the excellent choice.

However if you have a hat act, this would be your best finale ever!

It weighs about 350g.

 

-Do careful preparation (use head lamp in the backstage, take your time)

-If the top of the hat gets a dent, push it back down, to keep the felt as far as possible from the fire.

-If the hat falls down, take it up immediately!

-Never keep the hat down when it is on fire.

-Use background light from underneath, it helps with throwing it to head.

€100.00
€100.00