Video: You know how there's different levels to "Don't try this at home"? One end of the spectrum is "absolutely not are you crazy you will die", and the other is "eh, I think it's safe enough to do". Lighting steel wool on fire and then spinning it around on a rope to spread the sparks all over the place is closer to one you could kind of, maybe try at home. You know, if Australia wasn't extremely flammable and in the middle of summer. It looks like you're inside a firework.
Spinning Burning Steel Wool Around Looks Like Being Inside Fireworks
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