We made the easiest, fastest, most fun volcano experiment in our kitchen today.
Off today looking to experiment was so easy, we made many volcanoes, again and again. Now by easy and fast, I am not referring to the volcano experiment we did earlier this week that resulted in broken glass, a brief roaring of flames on the stove burner, todayy melted wax as well as sand all over my stove.
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Anyway, supposedly, you heat the glass tea cup or container and it melts the wax, builds pressure, then sends little surges of melted wax through the sand and up to the surface Off today looking to experiment the water, looking like lava erupting from a volcano.
I searched for more specific instructions on line, such as how much wax?Looking For Imperfection Only 2 Anywhere 2
How much sand and water? I found a single YouTube video with some instructions typed in the comments.
That was it. It should have go my first clue. Well, despite my efforts to not let the jar get to hot and break—it broke.
Melted wax, sand and water gushed everywhere. The gas stove burner made a big flame for an instant.
The kids saw fire and panicked, even though the fire went away as soon as I turned the burner off. Too late.
One kid was already running upstairs to get his most prized posessions, ready to evacuate. Well, it started out all right.
And then things went horribly awry. My Latest Videos.
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