How To Make Cheap Indoor Fireworks
Although indoor fireworks won’t be as loud, they still can be a very exciting addition to your fireworks arsenal. If you have younger children they especially will enjoy these relatively safe alternatives to larger fireworks. Making indoor fireworks is quite simple and can be very cheap. A lot of the materials can be found in your house or at most local grocery stores.
These fireworks can be great for birthday parties, Halloween, or just about any celebration. We’ve put together a few simple to follow guides below:
Indoor Firework Guides:
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A quick note about firework safety:
If not handled properly, fireworks can cause burn and eye injuries in kids and adults. Never let children use fireworks without close adult supervision. Always store fireworks in a safe place away from heat, open flame or anything that may produce heat or flame. If you’re making fireworks remember to store chemicals in separate clearly labeled containers away from heat or moisture. Never mix chemicals without consulting a guide, without a license and without a general understanding of chemistry.
Keep in mind that we’re not trying to discourage anyone from using or making fireworks, it’s just important to put safety first always.
Some people consider indoor fireworks simply novelty fireworks, but either way they’re a lot of fun for all ages. If you don’t want to make your own here are some you can buy online: